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We specialise in building web and mobile applications, using the latest rapid prototyping and behavioural driven development techniques. Perfect when time to market matters. Contact us today to discuss your requirements.


Fareham, United Kingdom

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  • Web/Visual/Interface Design
  • API Integration/Development
  • Training/Coaching/Mentoring
  • Code Review/Audits
  • User Experience/Usability
  • Security Audits/Development
  • Flash/Interactive Design
  • Mobile/iPhone Development



CaucusWorld - developed for Chime Plc by TheWebFellas

CaucusWorld – Research and Engagement Digital Research Platform

CaucusWorld is a community platform for conducting research and engagement activities. It marries qualitative, quantitative and multi-method approaches with user-enabled idea-generation in a co-creative setting.

TheWebFellas took the CaucusWorld concept through from initial idea, through working pilot and finally to the delivered product. The platform allows Caucus to be self managed and provides a suite of tools for an infinitely configurable research experience.

Project completed in 2009
Ask People You Know

Ask People You Know - developed by TheWebFellas

Ask People You Know – The Social Search Engine

A “social search engine” that combines crawler-based search algorithms with answers from a personlised, extended network of friends.

TheWebFellas were engaged as sole developers to drive the concept from requirements through to proof of concept, alpha and eventual public launch.

Our engagement continues to ensure the site continues to evolve to both the requirements of the project but also to those of the public, as well as developing new entry points and interaction via mobile.

Project completed in 2009
Fat Face & Fat Face Big Fat Guide

Fat Face - developed by TheWebFellas

Fat Face Ecommerce Implementation and Online Big Fat Guide Community

Implementation of the new site visuals on the newly selected eCommerce platform – Venda. TheWebFellas were engaged to provide rapid delivery and integration of the final visual designs to ensure a rigid launch date could be met. Suffice to say, we succeeded!

The Fat Face Big Fat Guide involved development of a community element within the Fat Face site to accompany a print magazine of the same name. The features included tutorials, discussion, activity guides (including geolocated search) and more.

Project completed in 2008