Posted: 6th Sep 2010
We have just re-designed the Haloweb site to move more inline with our company vision. The new home page now showcases our web applications, provides information on the web application services we provide and is basically much more simplified.
We will no longer be updating this blog, but all articles will be kept for the purposes of making sure our old articles and jQuery tutorials remain indexed in Google.
Haloweb is now focused primarily on designing web applications, and also supporting and developing our own line of web applications which you can see on the new home page.
You can still follow Stu at: http://twitter.com/stulogy
Posted: 13th May 2010
Project Management Software Made Simple!
Out of the many project planning tools on the web, Project Bubble has risen above a lot of competition - in just 5 months!
We have been really excited to get great reports from customers saying that it is "a breath of fresh air" in the management project software realm. We have had other testimonials too from Los Angeles and even India.
So if you want a simple system that can help you run your business, why not try Project Bubble for free!
Posted: 13th May 2010
Really easy web based billing gets popular!
Invoice Bubble lets you easily make an invoice online for your clients. You can set up recurring invoices that send automatically (weekly, monthly, or yearly), you can customize the invoice with your logo and other company information, and you can send the invoice as a PDF with the click of a button.
Invoice Bubble was recently featured in Mashable as well as other blogs on the web and we are really pleased it has become so popular since its launch a month ago.
Posted: 6th Nov 2009
We are pleased to announce Project Bubble has been launched!
Project Bubble is a free, easy-to-use, project management tool. Easily organise, manage, reorder and share projects, contacts and invoices.
It's taken a while but thanks to the CRM features of Halogy, we've been able to get Project Bubble off the ground. It's totally free, so sign up and have fun!
Posted: 18th Sep 2009
As clients of Haloweb will know, we have been working with content management systems for the last 4-5 years, designing CMS powered websites and supporting them.
Well we are launching a new face to Haloweb which is CMS PHP - a very specific service that designs templates for a website, installs them in to any PHP based CMS, and provides ongoing support for £15.00 per month (or $20.00 /pm).
The site has just gone live, in fact it took us just 1 day to design, build and integrate in to Halogy thanks to the new Halogy Template Import tool (we'll cover this shortly)!
Posted: 5th Sep 2009
We are proud to announce the launch of a new site which we have been working on for the last 3-4 months. It is the Philo Trust and is powered by Halogy, features a Shop, Events module, and lots more... check it out!
Posted: 28th Aug 2009
We have recently been working for a client called the Philo Trust building their new site in Halogy. In their brief they requested site-wide feeds from modules such as Shop and Events. In other words they wanted to be able to have a sidebar which always showed what was in their cart, what events are upcoming and what blog posts are recent.
Posted: 19th Aug 2009
We have just been working on a donations module for Halogy where shoppers are asked whether they want to add a donation to their shopping cart. Upon doing so the donation is simply added to the checkout.
Also the module enables websites to have a donations page where they can make a donation separately and use Gift Aid (so the organisation can benefit from claiming back the tax). So this could be a really useful feature for charities and organisations needing donations.
Posted: 10th Aug 2009
Recently we have been doing a lot of work in the charity sector and I just thought I'd share what we've been working on lately. A lot of clients we have are charities who really need websites that can capture the details of their visitors, track what they look at and have effective calls to action - usually to a donations page. We have been building modules on to Halogy that do this.
Posted: 17th Jul 2009
Recently we have been developing a Wiki for Halogy. What's so great about a Wiki is that your community help you develop the pages inside. So you might need a load of documentation written, or you might want to write about a recent project that involved lots of people. Well with a Wiki - everyone can be involved with the writing and this saves you a lot of time!