Kraft Foods  

Digital Mosaic designed and developed the website for Kraft Foods to enhance their recruitment strategy, whilst creating a visual feast. Sadly, the position for food-tasting was not an option. ;o)

Airbus Programme Matcher  

Reach new heights with Airbus Programme Matcher: I believe I can fly I believe I can touch the sky I think about it every night and day I spread my Airbus wings and fly away…

Secret Santa  

Here at Digital Mosaic, we are excited to launch the new version of our Secret Santa website. It has been designed and developed to make your Christmas shopping easier and fun, by enabling users to create their own gift lists. Unlike other similar sites, it is unique in allowing you to suggest the presents that you would like to receive. This […]

Store Street Bloomsbury  

Take a look and see what Store Street Bloomsbury has in store for you! ;o)


Now in Poole, Dolphin therapy has a new meaning of the retail kind. ;o)

Soccerscout USA  

Digital Mosaic launched the Soccerscout USA website to further the careers of nationwide footballers in the States. We tried out for the team but took the dribbling too far, when we spotted the manager eating biscuits from the sidelines. ;o)

ETS Website  

  Digital Mosaic present their re-vamped website for ETS-Electromagnetic Testing Services company. Luckily our director’s cybernetic leg slipped under their radar. ;o)

The London Daily News  

Digital Mosaic have recently re-designed the website for The London Daily News, keeping readers informed with the latest headlines. Thanks to their on-line broadcasts, many trees have survived the curse of printed paper. ;o)

Zelusi – Magento eCommerce Website  

Digital Mosaic unveil their latest website creation for Zelusi using Magento-the leading ecommerce software currently on the market. Optimising our well being with these health supplements, would make Popeye proud.

Rolls Royce Motor Cars Media  

We were really excited about working on the Rolls Royce Motor Cars Press site. A prestigious looking site with some clever elements that make it quick and easy to use. Alas we didn’t get a car out of it all – maybe next time ; )