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Good websites are unique – and compel through exceptional brand experiences.

Be it a content management system-driven corporate website, a sophisticated eCommerce solution or a broad-reaching portal: we develop innovative communication. We combine your goals with our design, programming and online marketing know-how to empower your brand with digital character through a superior user experience. In doing so, we reach millions of people online every day.

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Internet pages can be divided into various categories. A wide variety of concepts is used on the Internet. Be it a simple microsite, a programmed website in a modern design for presenting and selling products, a user-friendly online shop or webshop, or even communities, marketplaces, news and web portals – the Internet offers a diverse range of ways to present products, services and information.


Portals are application systems that combine applications, processes and individual services in a single user interface. Here the user is provided with different functions for navigation and interaction. This also includes functions such as personalisation, searching and user administration, as well as the actual display of information. Portals are divided into information portals, interactive portals, B2C portals, B2E and B2B portals and e-business portals, marketplaces and trading platforms.

Content Management System

A content management system (CMS) is a mostly web-based application with which the content of a website or internet page can be managed. The main component of the content management system is the editor system in which the content such as text, images and documents on the site can be updated, structured and edited by authors or editors without the need for programming or HTML skills. Content management systems are mostly based on databases and, as a rule, have sophisticated user, rights and role management.