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Cornerstone Nurseries Website Design
Cornerstone Nurseries Website Design Richlyn Systems' Sheffield web design team has completed the design and development of a website for Cornerstone Nurseries Cornerstone is a new venture for already well established nursery owners/directors who wish to put a new slant on the quality childcare they already provide across the city. They provide high quality care & education for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years. Cornerstone Nurseri...[ more ]
Arabic language added to FRAX
Arabic language added to FRAX Sheffield University approached Richlyn Systems' Sheffield Website Design team to further expand their FRAX tool with the addition of the Arabic language. This introduced a unique challenge with the requirement for Right-to-Left text throughout all FRAX facilities including the HTML pages, Navigation and the Flash Tool itself. View the Arabic language now on the FRAX website. View the we...[ more ]
Stokes Tiles Web Design Update
Stokes Tiles Web Design Update Richlyns' Sheffield web design team have completed updates to the Stokes Tiles website. Stokes Tiles requested a range of new facilities to further improve their website. The website updates included: A tile slideshow was added to the homepage.The colour scheme and layout were amended.The BSI certification and information about stores were added to every page.New pages were created; New Produc...[ more ]
Korean language added to the FRAX Website
Korean language added to the FRAX Website The FRAX website has recently been updated by Richlyns' Sheffield Website Design team to include the Korean language. Users can select Korean from the languages box to view the content of the FRAX website and the FRAX tool in Korean. View the Korean language now on the FRAX website. Find out more about the website design project for The University of Sheffield by Richlyn Systems, Websit...[ more ]
LX Engineering Website Goes Live
LX Engineering Website Goes Live LX Engineering, a mechanical and electrical engineering firm with a history of successful projects in most market sectors. LX Engineering requested a website from Richlyn which would effectively display their company information and promote their services. LX Engineering also wanted to be able to edit the content on the website and add or delete content as and when they needed. After working t...[ more ]
Evans Property Group Website Goes Live
Evans Property Group Website Goes Live The Evans Property Group is a long established private property investor and developer, with a property portfolio consisting of robust Grade A investment properties with secure long leases together with a substantial development land bank. The new website developed by Richlyn Systems, Website Design Sheffield, for Evans Property Group has a professional and sleek design with a contemporary feel...[ more ]
Updates to the FRAX website now completed
Updates to the FRAX website now completed Richlyn Systems' Sheffield web design team originally created a website for The University of Sheffield in May 2008 which allows the NOGG (National Osteoporosis Guideline Group) to interact with their existing FRAX (Fracture Risk Assessment) tool and plot results onto a number of graphs. The FRAX tool itself was also altered to interact with the new NOGG website. View the news item about the ori...[ more ]
Stokes Tiles Website Revamp Completed
Stokes Tiles Website Revamp Completed Stokes Tiles brand new modern website designed by our Sheffield web design team is now live. Stokes Tiles supply ceramic, porcelain, marble, granite and glass tiles for kitchens, bathrooms, conservatories, patios and even swimming pools from their warehouses and showrooms in Sheffield and Oldham. Complete with a user friendly layout and dynamic content, customers are able to view the onlin...[ more ]
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National News

  • Electricians question CBI vote moveThe body representing electrical contractors urges CBI Scotland to think again about giving its support to the campaign against Scottish independence.
  • 'Rogue directors' crackdown plannedPeople convicted of commercial crimes overseas could be banned from running UK firms in an attempt to tackle "rogue directors", Business Secretary Vince Cable says.
  • US 'delays' Keystone XL decisionThe US state department gives federal agencies more time to review the Keystone XL oil pipeline before determining whether to issue a permit.