Web Design and Development in Malta

An independent web designer and developer offering more than 15 years of online experience.

A significant number of web design and web development projects, including marketing campaigns have been completed, with a proven track record, with clients ranging from one-man online businesses to group of companies.

We provide a transparent approach: an honest, independent and confidential opinion is usually given for free. This is the groundwork that we base any project on. Websites are designed to generate a positive user experience and developed with modern and elegant solutions. We believe that witnessing a satisfied client works best to promote our efforts.

We always strive to meet client requirements. Together with a team of enthusiastic and highly experienced individuals, that can be consulted and engaged when the need arises, we believe we can help you develop your idea into something tangible. All this without extravagant agency fees or hidden costs.

We are open to new challenges and innovations with every new project, encouraging continuous improvement and thus the possibility to work in multiple disciplines.

For a full list of services offered please click here, and our portfolio of recently completed works can be found by clicking here.

Recent Work

New Custom Designed & Developed Website for StreetHR

Set up in 2015, StreetHR has evolved to become a team of approachable, friendly professionals that support business executives and Human Resources professionals within companies who want to take their business to the next level.

Following a major rebranding exercise the team at StreetHR asked us to custom design and develop a website tailor made to their unique approach to business.

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From the blog...

Facebook to reduce number of business posts on user timelines


Facebook have announced that they will be reducing the number of posts from Business pages from people’s news feeds. This will be done to increase the quantity of posts by friends while scrolling through the social medium. The reasoning behind this, according to Mark Zuckerberg, is that using social media to interact with people we care about can be beneficial, while “passively reading articles or watching videos… may not be as good.”

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