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Support Service Review System for Victims Choice

VICTIMS CHOICE PROJECT SUMMARY Supporting Justice are a Community Interest Company with a clear and simple vision: To help make justice and social sectors work more effectively. Specialising in issues affecting victims, witnesses and their needs, Supporting Justice work predominantly in the criminal justice arena. Having worked with organisations such as Citizens Advice, the Criminal… Read more »

White label digital services

MM&B Web development helps marketing agencies to impress their clients When you need a digital offering that includes features that are beyond the expertise of your in house team, or perhaps the current workload means you just don’t have the time to build new complex functionality? MM&B can help you to pip your competitors to… Read more »

Coffee, Brexit, Tax, refreshingly optimistic

An early start for another networking event – unexpectedly refreshing! Photograph © Buxton Roastery Can a discussion about the fairly dull Autumn Statement of 2016 be interesting? Well yes apparently it can! Thanks to Catherine Desmond, Collette Lennon and Gavin West of Smith Cooper Catherine and her team took time to bring the discussion to… Read more »

Have You Considered…?

WHAT MAKES A SUCCESSFUL WEB PROJECT? Before you start a project, it’s useful to complete some research. We always ask; What has lead you to this point? What is already on the market? What makes your concept so special? What is your on line first impression? This is where confidence in your product or service… Read more »

Our Process – An Animated Story

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN WORKING WITH MM&B Hiring any web development team, individual designer or developer is a question of ‘right fit for your business’. How do you like to work? Experience, drive, determination, curiosity, what’s important in the way you work and what you expect from your team? MM&B is versatile, adaptable and confident…. Read more »

Quick Reference Briefing

It’s a fine balance to get your web project briefing right. Here are a few quick fire questions to help you get started. Credit: Tiffany Brown / AP Images 1. Background Summary: What does your product or service offer? Is there existing research, reports or analytics to help us all to understand the market positioning?… Read more »

NDA’s For New Ideas

When you have an exciting new idea you can be assured that we will keep this information confidential. We have non disclosure agreements of our own and we are happy to sign your’s if preferred. It’s also comforting to know that when MM&B generate code for you, we are employed by you. Your files of… Read more »

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