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Digital agency based in Shoreditch, specialising in web strategy, design and support,

Languages Spoken: html, English

Employees: 11-20 Established: 2008 Joined: 2012

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Browser London are a Shoreditch based digital agency, specialising in digital branding, strategy, web design and support.

We use an agile iterative approach to project management to respond to the ever-evolving digital landscape.

We use the latest technology, HTML5, CSS3 and responsive design to make sites our clients love.

Far from constrained to front end design, we also create innovative content management systems and intranets for clients.

Industry Sectors

Not for profit / Charity, Professional Services, Sports & Leisure

Tends to work with

Public Sector, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME), Private Company

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Content Management System:

Our Content Management System (CMS) is built upon open source technology and is used by the likes of Nissan, the BBC and UBM. We are big advocates of open source technology, and strive to provide our offerings with the most suitable software available to us. We evaluated many open source frameworks and concluded that Symfony2 ( offered everything our clients’ need in a component based framework. It has a vibrant and active community that continues to contribute to the on-going evolution of the framework. We’ve built our own CMS atop of Symfony2 – this provides us with a solid, loosely coupled, modular base for our projects. The ‘generic’ CMS typically provides at least 80% of the functionality required for our partners, allowing us to customise the remaining functionality to meet client-specific needs. This allows us to concentrate on the core bespoke requirements of the project, using the existing functionality of the framework for common requirements such as user access. The framework is similar to the following widely used PHP frameworks: • Zend Framework - • Symfony - • Agavi - It benefits from being developed from the ground up to support the enhancements of the PHP language from version 5.3 upwards, and is built around many well established and proven design patterns. As our CMS is based upon open source technology it avoids issues around ‘old source code’ and helps to ensure that the technology underlying your website remains up to date for years to come. It also means that in the future, third-party developers (other than Browser) could work on the MADE website, if required. Symfony2 has also had a full security audit ( performed by SektionEins ( to identify any possible security concerns with the framework. The Symfony2 framework has full unit test coverage, and all our additional modules are fully unit tested with excellent documentation allowing independent developers to easily use and extend its functionality.

Recent Projects

  • Passenger Focus

    Passenger Focus

    Passenger Focus is an independent public body set up by the Government to protect the interests of Britain's rail passengers and England’s bus passengers outside London, coach passengers on scheduled domestic services and tram passengers. Passenger Focus are funded by the Department for Transport ... Read More

  • Nissan / Top Gear

    Nissan / Top Gear

    To promote the launch of the new 370z and the collaboration with Nissan, BBC Top Gear picked Browser to design and launch a media-rich microsite replete with content to engage visitors, leading to one of Browser's most engaging builds. Read More

  • Seven Hills

    Seven Hills

    Named as the UK’s fastest-growing PR consultancy by PR Week magazine and listed as one of the UK’s 100 best new firms by, Seven Hills are redefining UK enterprise through initiatives such as MADE: The Entrepreneur Festival and the StartUp Britain campaign. Read More


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