Name: Nathalie Allard
Tel: +44 (0)2476 302 609
Address: The TechnoCentre, Coventry University Technology Park, Puma Way CV1 2TT Coventry
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Clients & Projects: 6
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Languages Spoken: English and French
No. of Employees: 1-5
Joined WWDC: 2009
Web design consultancy specialising in accessibility & user-centred design for charities and the public sector.
We have one prime objective - to drive more targeted visitors to your website, and ensuring that their experience while there is both user-friendly and successful.
Raspberry Frog is an approved member of the Guild of Accessible Web Designers
Industry SectorsPublic Sector, Educational, Not for profit / Charity
Tends to work withPublic Sector, Non-profit Organisation, Private Company
General location of clients:United Kingdom
Content Management System:Drupal is very popular because it provides a powerful, scalable, low cost, high value solution to manage and grow an internet presence. Sitekit CMS is a proprietary ASP.NET based CMS that is fully supported by our partner Sitekit
The Breadsticks Foundation
The Breadsticks Foundation makes grants to charities involved in improving the provision of healthcare and education. The Foundation aims to work with communities on the fringes of their society and economy. Read More
Arnold Lodge School
Founded in 1864, Arnold Lodge School is the only co-educational independent school in South Warwickshire educating girls and boys from Kindergarten to GCSE. Read More
Reviewed on 19 Aug, 2009
Nathalie Allard of Raspberry Frog Ltd., Coventry, was very helpful and guided us through the whole process of setting up the website. She had great design ideas and was always willing to try something new to fit in with our needs.... Read More
— The Breadsticks Foundation
Accessites - December 2008
Notable Design Award
Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Strategic, Reliable, Inquisitive, Abreast, Flexible
Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : That's the question people always ask us!
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