Silverchip’s core strength is our ability to design and deliver great websites and apps. By paying close attention to brief and using the latest technology, our clients get the best possible systems, tailored to their bespoke needs.
We have strong expertise in developing websites and apps that work across a full range of devices including Android, iPhone, iPad and Blackberry. We invest our own time to learn about emerging technologies, so that our clients receive consistent excellence in delivery.
We don’t just listen, we’re great at thinking, rationalising, collaborating and planning. We enjoy working closely with our clients, helping them get the most out of each campaign or project for the immediate and longer term.
We understand the importance of finding the right environment to host your site. We have strong links with an excellent UK based hosting provider, which enables us to deliver reliable, cost-effective hosting and support solutions.
William Hill approached Silverchip to design and develop a supporting micro-site for the Cheltenham festival 2013. We developed a site that was mobile and desktop compatible, giving William Hill's customers access to key information and tips throughout the four-day festival.
Crown Paints came to Silverchip looking to develop a bespoke solution and site to help trade customers select the correct paints. We designed and developed a custom built system that featured complex product management, and reporting as well as custom PDF generation for specific products.
As a professional and approachable fleet management company which puts its customers first, Venson is proud of its service standards in the industry. One of its key communications objectives was to re-launch this website as a place for customers and prospects, not only to find more out about the company and find relevant contacts, but also as a central hub for a variety of driver services.
Formed in 2008 by Liam Bateman and Jamie McMullan, Silverchip design and develop bespoke websites and web-applications. Our strength lies in our ability to apply what we know, whilst also collaborating creatively to deliver something that meets our clients challenge.
We don’t rest on our knowledge base. We have the drive and dedication required to continually invest in our learning and to always think harder and more innovatively with every new client brief.
Since forming we’ve developed solid relationships with industry peers and partners, giving us access to some of the strongest minds in our field and an extended tool kit to offer to clients. We’ve also worked hard to establish practical processes - ones help us strengthen the efficiency of projects without tying them up in red tape!
Most importantly you can count on us. From inception to delivery, we’re easy to get on with, great at our jobs and committed to helping you get where you need to be.
Today we are looking at web safe fonts and what you can, and can’t use safely across the web as well as if you should actually care.
This blog post is a little bitter sweet; firstly the sweet news - we have recently (after many months planning) moved our primary offices. We’ve always struggled with the corporate mentality of Manchester City Centre and this time we decided to find an office space that fitted all of our requirements. We’ve worked on some amazing client projects this year we needed a space that fitted our personalities and allowed us to be creative, provide excellent technology infrastructure and offer a rich environment for us to meet like-minded companies and people.
Google owned firm Motorola have announced a new project (named Project Ara) allowing customers to build their own phones! Driving the project is owned of PhoneBloks, Dave Hakkens who has attracted a lot of attention with his ideas of modularised phones on crown support websites such as Thunderclap.