Some of our completed projects...
Client: Health Protection Agency|
2010 to present. Design by Neale Hall
Insight is a web-based business process management system developed for HPA. A bespoke suite of applications manages all aspects of the commercial pipeline, from enquiry processing and bidding for work through to contract negotiation and onward to service delivery. A graphical reporting system summarises key business metrics. The system also manages training course bookings and software purchases. A strong focus on the user experience from the outset has meant that Insight is simple to use with very little staff training required.
Client: Health Protection Agency|
Project: Radiation Protection Services
2009 to present. Design by Neale Hall
As the UK's primary authority on radiation protection, the HPA's Radiation Protection Division (RPD) represents a very significant resource for employers and others. This ongoing project involves the development of a series of related radiation services websites incorporating online training course booking, private customer specific areas and online software purchasing.
Project: ResourceSpace Digital Asset Management
The ResourceSpace user base continues to grow with successful solutions implemented for Macmillan Cancer Care, Marie Curie, Friends of the Earth, Oxford University and many other large organisations.
Project: Power Equipment Monitoring Application
2007 to 2010
IPEC provides monitoring and control solutions for the power industry. The web application developed enables online realtime monitoring of power equipment using AJAX to provide a responsive and user friendly experience. The application integrates with Google Maps to show an at-a-glance geographical status view of monitored substations.
Client: Health Protection Agency|
2007 and ongoing
A new website that can produce a radon level report for every household in England and Wales. The Muse CMS is used for all site content and administration. Reports can be purchased online via integration with the SecureTrading payment system. The site is available in both English and Welsh.
Client: BBC / Lion TV / Syndicut|
Project: Castaway 2007
December 2006 to March 2007
In early 2007 the Castaway returned for a second run some seven years after the original television series. The project involved the full HTML/CSS build for the Castaway website and the creation of a custom content management system, based on Muse, to allow instant site updates from the broadcasting location in New Zealand. The CMS published HTML and configuration files into BBC's proprietry 'Barley' web framework. All images were automatically resized and prepared from the uploaded frames taken directly from the source high definition footage.
Client: Big Lottery Fund|
Project: Grant Application System
The Big Lottery Fund allocates over half of the good cause money collected by the Lottery Fund. The application developed manages the grant application workflow from beginning to end; from the forms entry by the requesting party through to the validation and final review and decision by the Lottery Fund Committee. The entire process is paperless. The applicant can log in to the system and see the status of their grant application at any point, and in real time.
Project: Oxjam - UK Wide Music Festival
August 2006, design by Neale Hall
Oxjam is an ambitious UK wide music event organised by Oxfam, incorporating hundreds of local gigs and concerts. The website connects event organisers with members of the public. Organisers can register events, upload photographs and descriptions and download "event kits" via tha Backstage area. Members of the public can search for events by postcode, region, genre and event type. The website is content managed and Oxfam staff can change site text and upload event reports, news and stories and can promote specific events. The complete system was built in less than 3 weeks.
Project: Words & Pictures
May to July 2006, design by Neale Hall
The Words & Pictures application was built from the ground up to manage all of Oxfam's photo, story and video resources used for marketing and in publications (numbering 20,000 and climbing daily). Features include: optimised indexing, an extensive resource categorisation system, user collaboration, automatic photo resizing to targeted formats, and live statistics / monitoring. This system has now been released as open source under the name ResourceSpace.
Client: DriveTech / Department for Transport|
Project: Safe and Fuel Efficient Driving (SAFED) - Training Management
2006 - 2007
SAFED is a government sponsored programme which intends to improve the safe and fuel efficient driving skills of commercial drivers. The Training Management application allows driving trainers to remotely log driver details and results directly into the system. Several reports can then be produced automatically based on this live data which are used to gauge the effectiveness of the programme. The system utilises the Muse product for all site content management and for the form design tools.
Project: Public Website / Intranet
2005 - 2007
Consultancy and development assistance in moving the current Oxfam UK website to an open source Content Management System (Zope/Plone). Custom templates and stylesheets were created to closely match the existing flat HTML website. In addition, bespoke applications including contacts management and project reporting are being created for the Oxfam corporate intranet.
Client: Digital UK / DTI
Client: JobCentre Plus / DWP|
Project: Learning Provider Accreditation
July to September 2005
The application manages the accreditation process required for all new JobCenter Plus learning providers. A workflow system ensures the correct processing takes place. Functionality includes a generic "Form Builder" tool to allow the creation of the relevant online forms, and content management capability using Muse for all site content, user management and configuration. The application can be significantly altered by a non-technical person.
Client: F1 Racing Magazine|
Project: Subscriber Area
The new subscriber area developed for the F1 Racing Magazine website provides subscribers with an interactive area featuring F1 Racing news, a blog with user feedback, special subscriber-only offers and user polls. The Muse system is used for easy website administration.
Client: LAT Photographic|
Project: Online Digital Archive
The LAT archive is one of the largest motoring and motor sport picture collections in the world with over 9 million colour images and black and white negatives dating back to 1895. The project involved the creation of a new design and HTML templates to provide the optimum usabilty for the web front end. Our design ensures that the vast archives can be easily accessed using searches, thumnails and preview windows.