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Derek Wyatt scoops New Statesman Award
BBC News article on Derek Wyatt winning the elected representative section at the New Statesman magazine's new media awards. The judges said Mr Wyatt had used new technologies on his site to communicate with local constituents.Download
Bapchild wins ICT award for second year running
Coverage from three local papers following another successful year at the Kent Village of the Year awards. The Bapchild village website has netted the Information Technology Award in the Kent Village of the Year 2005 competition for the second year in a row.Download
Website for SITTINGBOURNE and Sheppey MP Derek Wyatt
MP Derek Wyatt was so impressed with the work of Hudson Berkley Reinhart, he commissioned us to revamp his own parliamentary website.Download
Calar Village of the Year Competition ICT Award 2004
We were very please to learn last night that the Bapchild village website has been selected as the winner of the Information Technology Award in the Kent Village of the Year 2004 competition.Download
Computer Weekly E-Business Excellence Awards 2000
A shared document repository and diary management application which we developed for A Recipe For Success staff and their clients, went on to become the winner of the Computer Weekly Knowledge Management 2000 Award.Download
A look back at the best makeovers from the previous two years, catching up with the clients to see how their new design has helped push their business forward.Download
Internet Works website makeover
This site was part of a makeover feature for the November 1998 issue of the Internet.Works publication. In case you are not familiar with this, I basically had 2 weeks to re-design an existing web site, after which an in-depth review of both the old and new site is undertaken, by three external sources. Download
Sky News coverage for London Property News"What they have done is create a great web site....they were very updated. Having had a copy of Property News (the printed publication) and being able to look at the database everything that was in the paper was also online".
Johnathan Bulkeley Managing Director of AOL on Sky News.