Category: Website Design

A selection of website development projects Improdia has completed in the past.

UKTV Cyprus website

UK TV in Cyprus – uktvcy.com

Static promotional website An existing client, Computer Central, had moved into providing IP TV solutions for watching mainstream UK TV channels over the internet instead of using a satellite dish. As improdia had a wealth... read more >>.

Steven Burton – Watchmaker

Extended Business Card Website Steven Burton is a qualified (certified) watchmaker who recently relaunched his business after moving to Paphos on the island of Cyprus. He needed a website to communicate the broad range... read more >>.

footballshirtsforsale.com

Aggregated Portal for buying Football Shirts Following on from the sucess of our website www.oldfootballshirts.com which allows fans to share photos of their replicas football (soccer) shirts we created this website. Using live feeds... read more >>.

Country Rose website

Country Rose Property Developers

Dynamic content managed real estate website After successfully upgrading their previous website with content managment facilities for parts of the website Country Rose commisioned Improdia to build a completely new website. The new site... read more >>.

Quad Bike Safari

Dynamic, multillingual, content managed website The client is an established quad biking activity business targeting both the tourist and local markets in Cyprus. They required a website which would not only promote the business... read more >>.

Computer Central Shop in Cyprus

Computer Central Cyprus

Content Managed computer shop website Computer Central is an independent local computer store and internet centre in Larnaca, Cyprus. The business specialises in serving the local community and visiting tourists rather than island-wide or... read more >>.

oldfootballshirts.com website

oldfootballshirts.com

Football (Soccer) fans photo library This website allows fans to browse, search and add photos of their own old football shirts from around the world. It was set up as a non-profit making website... read more >>.