Business systems won’t talk to your website? or Your website won’t talk to the rest of your business?
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Our team members at Little Fire have been working across the country since the internet was young. We’ve fixed a lot of complex problems and created some terrific solutions.
Amongst our projects, our team have: authored stock management systems for a Sheffield supermarket franchise, integrated the Brightpearl order fulfilment system with custom websites, created custom products to sell maps from interactive browsable maps, bonds to help build the Plough Lane Stadium for AFC Wimbledon; and a simplified checkout page to sell adventure expeditions online.
Your business is yours, you’ll know more about it than we can guess at. So, instead, here are some micro examples to show some of the problems we’ve managed to resolve.
Since the late 1980s, Jagged Globe has been one of the foremost operators organising high-altitude trips for clients. They were the first English company to organise a professionally-run attempt on Everest. Jagged Globe serve customers worldwide.
Although we didn’t build the website but we’ve updated a great deal. All whilst retaining its original scheme with its stunning photography.
It hasn’t been simple, over the years we have had to:
Rails of Sheffield, are amongst the busiest online retailers of model railways and hobbies in the North of England – with a volume of orders to match. When they came to Little Fire Digital, we needed to deliver an enterprise-level e-commerce solution.
Little Fire built a new website on the market-leading Shopify system that has proven to be the solution they need.
The new site fixes a number of problems:
Whatever you‘re selling, we’d really like to hear from you.
Little Fire Digital built the website for West Sussex beauty practice, Casafia, when they needed something personal. This was a perfect project for us; Little Fire collaborated with our client to develop the logo and branding which features subtle colourways and crisp, stylish design.
The website integrates with the Pabau CRM – a system developed for the beauty market.
Pabau is directly integrated with Mailchimp to handle client communications so we designed the Pabau email templates so that they matched the lovingly created branding of the corporate site. Mailing list subscription forms on the site add customers directly a Mailchimp mailing list and the customer is able to update their contact preferences without ever leaving casafia.com.
To keep communication simple, the IRC widget is built to work with Facebook Messenger – our client’s usual chat platform.
AFC Wimbledon were in a bind. They had years ejected from their historical home ground, Plough Lane, and had finally managed to buy a site and start building the their new stadium on the same road, Plough Lane, in Wimbledon.
The new ground was about to be completed but they had run out of money.
Under near-impossible time pressure, Little Fire stepped in, worked like fools to delivered a standalone platform from which the club could issue bonds to raise money from their supporters.
It has been the greatest fundraising effort in the history of the football league, and Little Fire helped it to make it happen. Read the case study to find out more.
The Plough Lane Bond