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Let your website shine through every screen

Create engaging user experiences across a range of devices. Wherever they may be – on their mobiles, tablets, or desktops – we make it easy for your visitors to connect.

Creative Solutions to Unique Challenges

Neo-Archaic is a creative web design consultancy in Dublin, Ireland. We are passionate about designing bespoke websites and multimedia with immersive, intuitive user interfaces.

Our clients range from SMEs to non-profit organisations. We also consult with other multimedia and design houses, adding our expertise to complement their in-house skills.

All our websites are responsive, and most of them are developed with WordPress, which makes them easy to maintain.

But each project is unique, and each solution must be tailored to your needs. And crucially, to the needs and challenges of your own users and clients.

That’s where we come in.


Responsive Web Design - Richmond Barracks website

What is Responsive Web Design?

Instead of having to maintain a separate mobile site or template, the responsive website seamlessly adapts to the device. “Stretchy” layout elements reflow from smartphones, through tablets and laptops, to the full width of large screen. It’s all about giving your visitors the best user experience at home or on the go with no extra overhead for you.

Our Work

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A word from our clients

I have really enjoyed keeping the Fingal PPN website up-to-date. It is such an easy site to navigate and update. Your help and support throughout my time in the PPN was invaluable, and I think you will agree that during Covid-19 it was fantastic to know we were doing something so helpful to the community. Fingal PPN got a very positive response to all of our work throughout Covid-19, but special mention was given on numerous occasions to the website, particularly the easy to read/navigate COVID-19 sections. Everyone loves the #CoronavirusSolidarity diary and I have given a copy of this to the Fingal Archive section for the history books!

Fingal PPN
Jenny Foley

Fingal Public Participation Network