Open Data & new Drink Driving Law

At Storm we support open data for a number of reasons. Data that is open: has significant potential for re-use in other digital services will help the discovery of new and innovative solutions to societal problems; can drive efficiencies by enabling frictionless sharing of information between public bodies can help foster participation of citizens in […]

Web designers: consider using a bad monitor

That’s an odd thing to suggest, isn’t it? We digital designers love us some shiny tech. From Retina MacBook pros or the new 5K iMacs to the latest hi-res displays from Samsung or Dell, what we view our work on is important to us, for better or worse. There’s only one problem: most people don’t have fancy […]

Storm ID Appointed as Digital Consultant to SQA

In November 2014 Storm ID was appointed to undertake a review of the digital services currently being offered by the Scottish Qualifications Authority and provide recommendations of how the organisation will meet the evolving customer and organisation needs, with the focus being on helping to shape the long term strategy for the digital services being […]

Storm ID Design & Build Edinburgh Science Triangle Website

Background Edinburgh Science Triangle is a pioneering collaboration of seven science parks, four universities, two leading agritech institutes that form one of the top ten research and development locations in Europe. The project is supported by Partners and primarily funded by the City of Edinburgh Council, Economic Development Unit. The collaborative project aims “to promote the […]

Website Refresh for Drinking Water Quality Regulator

DWQR exists to ensure that drinking water in Scotland is safe to drink. They also make sure that accurate, impartial information is available on drinking water quality in Scotland and promotes the use of robust water science. The Challenge Storm ID were proud to be able to help develop and revamp their website. The DWQR […]

On adaptive design

There’s some confusion from some of our clients about what adaptive design really is and if, when and how it should be used. Responsive design is all but the industry standard at this point, but what about adaptive? Originally the term adaptive design was used to describe layouts which were very similar to responsive layouts, but […]

ESPC Launch New and Improved Fully Responsive Website

Storm ID has been working alongside ESPC in order to revise and refresh espc.com in order to meet the needs of their users better, building upon the previous Storm and ESPC collaboration on the award winning mobile and tablet website. Background The Scottish based property marketing company advertises over 4,000 properties for sale and gains […]

Storm Appointed to Redesign & Build Historic Scotland Digital Services

In 2015 the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS) and Historic Scotland will become fully integrated to form Historic Environment Scotland (HES) to deliver on the Scottish Governments vision for the Historic Environment. The purpose of the project is to design and develop a digital platform that will support the […]

Storm scoops 4 awards and 2 highly commended nods

October 2014 proved to be very successful for Storm. We scooped 4 awards and received 2 highly commended accolades, across three separate award ceremonies held in Glasgow and London. At the start of October, Storm won the Best Website category at the Scottish Creative Awards for our work with The National Galleries of Scotland on […]

Storm ID Present – How to Transform Customer Behaviour Online

Storm ID are looking forward to speaking at The Future of the Web conference, which is being held at the Sun Oracle offices in Linlithgow on Tuesday 11th November. This event looks to outline the implications that come with the ever evolving world of digital, presenting the opportunities and threats posed to businesses across, public, private and voluntary organisations. […]