Business computers won’t talk to your website? or Your website won’t talk to the rest of your business?
Whatever you’re attempting to achieve, Little Fire Digital probably have the skills to meet those demands.
The team at Little Fire have been working countrywide since the beginning of the internet. We’ve solved a lot of knotty issues and come up with some outstanding solutions.
In the past, Little Fire have: authored stock control systems for regional supermarket chain, integrated the Brightpearl order fulfilment system with unique websites, created custom products to sell maps from interactive browsable maps, bonds to help finish the Plough Lane Stadium for AFC Wimbledon; and a streamlined checkout application to sell mountaineering trips online.
Your business is your own and you’ll know more about it than we can guess at. So, instead, here are some quick case studies to demonstrate some of the problems we’ve managed to fix.
For over 35 years, Jagged Globe has been one of the leading operators organising high-altitude expeditions for customers. They were the first English company to organise a professionally-run attempt on Everest. Jagged Globe serve clients around the world.
Although we didn’t construct the website but we’ve updated a great deal. All whilst retaining its original scheme with its beautiful photography.
It hasn’t been without difficulty, to stay up to date we have:
Amongst the most successful online vendors of model railways and toys in the north of England, with a volume of sales to match, Rails of Sheffield needed Little Fire Digital Ltd to create enterprise-level e-commerce.
Developed on the market-leading Shopify platform, the new Rails of Sheffield site has proven to be the solution they need.
The new site fixes a number of problems:
Whatever you have to sell, we’d really love to hear from you.
Little Fire Digital helped build the website for West Sussex medical aesthetics business, Casafia, when they needed something a little different. An ideal task for Little Fire; we collaborated with the client to develop the logo and branding combining subtle colourways and crisp, modern design.
The website integrates with the Pabau Customer Relationship Management System – a system created specifically for the beauty market.
Pabau is built to seamlessly work with Mailchimp to handle client communications so we completed the Pabau email templates so that they matched the lovingly created design of the corporate site. Mailing list sign up forms on the website add users straight to a Mailchimp list and the client is able to update their preferences without ever leaving casafia.com.
To keep things simple, the chat widget plugs straight into Facebook Messenger – our client’s preferred chat platform.
AFC Wimbledon were in a spot of bother. They had years ejected from their historical home ground, Plough Lane, and had somehow managed to acquire a site and start building the their new stadium on the same street, Plough Lane, in Wimbledon.
The new stadium was nearly completed but they had run out of money.
Under near-impossible time pressure, Little Fire Digital Limited stepped up, worked like fools and delivered a unique platform from which the club could sell bonds to raise money from their supporters.
It has been the most successful fundraising effort in the history of the football league, and Little Fire Digital Limited helped it to make it happen. Read the case study to find out more.
The Plough Lane Bond