www.daythatchangedmylife.co.uk is a new website celebrating the 60th anniversary of Emmaus, the UK-wide charity that supports homeless people, based in Cambridge.
Press Release - Granite 5 appoint first apprentice
We were thrilled - and honoured - to help celebrate ScreenReader's prestigious Internet for All Award at last week's Nominet Best Practice Challenge 2009.
Granite 5 has been selected to build a website for Propertymates, a new project introducing potential house buying and flat-sharing partners in London.
A new e-commerce site, offering blind-friendly navigation for users with visual impairments, has gone live. The online shop – www.screenreader.co.uk – is run by a blind couple and offers assistive technology for blind, visually impaired people and others who find reading a challenge.
A new website has gone live for Oxford University's Regent's Park College - replacing its old site which had been running since 1992.
Granite 5 is developing a new extranet project for Emmaus, the charity offering homeless men and women a home and work in supportive communities.
A "talking website" has launched for blindness charity BRPS. The site uses screenreading software to “speak” website page text and information to its visually-impaired users.
Top talent spotter and executive recruiter Mary Stretch hired Granite 5 to write and design her first website.
Granite 5 has won a significant new business contract for develop a "talking" website for a national charity fighting blindness.