We have worked with clients across Ireland from sole traders establishing a web presence to established companies growing their business, in a range of industries including:
- Travel & Transportation
- Food & Hospitality
- Business & Accounting
- Import, Distribution & Manufacturing
- Funeral Directors
- Estate Agents
Work We've Done
We have worked with clients in various industries across Ireland and internationally to fulfill their online requirements.
Every website we build is custom designed to suit the individual client, so each website has its own unique look & feel. We have also developed bespoke online applications including a reverse auction, training management system and job application system.
We have chosen a cross-section of our work below. Hover over any image to read more about the development, or click to visit the live website.
Dublin Coach required a new responsive website to clearly present information on their services alnd allow them publish news updates.
We also developed a Journey Planner for customers to get the times, connections and fares relating to their specific journeys.
As an international estate agents headquartered in London, Henry Wiltshire required the design, development and maintenance of a suite of websites - one each for their offices in London, Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Ireland.
Tribtec designed and architected the websites to focus on their business goals, integrating with an array of property management systems used in the various offices.
We designed the Vintage Coach Hire website to appeal to a wide audience including the wedding and corporate events markets.
Retro touches such as old-style photos, paper and leather textures give this website a vintage feel that reflects the coaches themselves.
Thomas Woodberry's Wines required a mobile-friendly e-commerce website to sell their range of wines online. A comprehensive product search allows customers to easily find wines to suit.
The "handmade" paper design was influenced by their in-store tasting notes.
Jim Smith Furniture Design required a website to showcase the range and quality of his work to clients.
We designed a sleek, minimalist website with lots of white space to let the photos and quality of the work speak for itself.
Darby O'Gill Day Tours required a website to promote and sell their coach tours to visitors coming to Ireland
Our design for the website has a fresh, vibrant look based on the brand colours, and uses strong images in slideshow as a focal point to convey a sense of the tour experience.
The Eat at UCD website is a website to provide information about all cafés and restaurants in the UCD campus.
We designed a look that is high-impact but also works with the diverse branding of the restaurants themselves.
The website allows customers to directly sign up for email newsletters, and integrates with the booking system.
Fertility & Fetal Health required a website to clearly display comprehensive information about their services.
We designed a website suitable for the sensitive nature of the business with a soft colour palette.
We developed Gourmet Tart Co website to their clean & contemporary branding design, with clearly presented menus & information. Image slideshows showcase their food.
We developed the site to sell vouchers online & a Facebook tab to promote it. A news section integrates with Facebook & Twitter, updating all 3 together.
The Kcoach website is an all-in-one-page website for all the information needed for commuters on the Kcoach bus service.
The responsive design adapts to all devices including iPad and mobile for ease of use for visitors on the go.
We designed the Antons Café website to fit with the retro feel of the café.
We sourced & created quirky illustrations in the 1940's style to compliment the existing logo and fonts used by the café, while using a clean layout for a fresh contemporary twist.
The menus and content on the website is easlily updated by the site owner.
LiffeyCraneHire.ie is the sister company of Liffey Transport, and required a brochure website to compliment the LiffeyTransport.ie website.
We performed extensive Search Engine Optimisation on the site to increase its ranking in Google for required terms including "mini crane hire".
LiffeyTransport.ie required a new brochure website to create an online presence
A strong colour that compliments the company logo gives the website a high-impact appearance.
Wicklow Parish required an easy-to-use and easy-to-update website to display parish news & information.
We have continued to work with them since our initial design and recently launched their newest mobile-enabled website.
We designed & developed Mulberrys Restaurant to have a clean fresh look, reflecting the modern contemporary feel of their restaurant.
We used prominent photographs for visual impact and to promote the food and location of the restaurant.
We were asked by Ashford & Glenealy Parish to create a website that had a design suitable for the target audience and also that was very easy-to-update website.
We included an expanding navigation menu so parishoners can easily see all options to find what they are looking for.
Coláiste Naomh Eanna required a brochure website to establish a web presence with details of their Irish Language Courses and contact details.
The site also has an area for student notes that requires a password to be accessed and can be easily managed by the client.
William Doyle Funeral Home is a brochure website for the Funeral Directors incorporating a photo gallery, contact forms and an interactive Google Map embedded within the site itself.
We designed a subdued, neutral look suitable for the sensitive nature of the business.
Timmons Heating, Plumbing & Maintenance required a brochure website to establish a web presence with contact details & a summary of their services.
We designed a simple but effective look-and-feel that clearly presents the information to the visitor.
Flannery's Funeral Service is a brochure website for the Funeral Directors incorporating a photo gallery, contact forms and an interactive Google Map embedded within the site itself.
We designed a clean look suitable for the sensitive nature of the business.
Patrick Cody Ltd website displays the diverse range of products that they manufacture and distribute.
Due to the nature and size of the site, we implemented a full site text search.
To provide all the information required on the homepage still while keeping it uncluttered, we us a "hover-over" effect to show category descriptions.