Founded in 2011 BT48.com is a Northern Irish design and development company with offices in Belfast and Derry. We specialise in providing bespoke designed digital experiences using open source platforms.

We love pushing the boundaries of development and design. We believe that our strength is in combining the power of open source frameworks with our ability to create custom solutions to fulfill your specific needs. We relish the challenge of integrating external services to create unique and engaging experiences that work on all devices - from phone to desktop. We are experts in dealing with complex content management systems and enjoy the chance to create innovative solutions that engage the user and make life easier for the content editor.

We deliver engaging online experiences for audiences on a local, national and international basis. We are experienced in helping Public, Private and Community & Voluntary organisations reach their target audience with the right technology, a suitable message and an engaging design.

We combine creative thinking with practical development to build a website that is flexible enough to transform to the changing needs of your users and your organisation.

Who We Are

  • Kevin

    Kevin McGinley

    Development

    Kevin has over 15 years experience as a developer within the private sector. Kevin’s experience ranges from systems DBA to developing enterprise solutions for the insurance sector.

  • James

    James Cunningham

    Art Direction

    James has almost 20 years experience in web design / development and print working for such companies as Channel 4, BBC, Gallery NYC, and a broad range of freelance projects in UK, Ireland & USA.

  • Feargal O'Kane

    Feargal O'Kane

    Project management

    Feargal has over 10 years experience implementing open source solutions. Feargal is also a part-time lecturer at Queen’s University Management School where he focuses on the use of IT within organisations.

Clients

  • Nerve Centre
  • Other Voices
  • Linenhall library
  • Turner Prize
  • Ulster Museum
  • Advice NI
  • Creative Centenaries
  • EIL
  • FabLab
  • Music Promise
  • CARDI
  • PHA
  • 8081
  • ILEX
  • Foyle Film Festival
  • Millennium Forum
  • Young At Art
  • POP NI
  • Culture Northern Ireland