This website development project was to upgrade the existing Signamic website to the latest version of Drupal and provide a fresh and contemporary design. The exisiting website was built using Drupal 6, and the new site uses Drupal 7. There was already a lot of functionality in this website which needed to be transferred over to the new site along with all of the existing content. A lot of new content was added as well.
Communication ID asked me to design a website for them that would follow the style, and keep the same functionality, of the website I developed for their sister company, CommunityID. I created the website using the Drupal content management system. Staff administrators are able to login to the website and update all the content, including creating new pages, news items, events and adding videos.
The main features of the website are:
This website design project I undertook for a partnership between Bedford University and Luton culture. The website project was to commemorate and remember individuals and communities that were involved in World War I in Luton.
It is a community website and allows people living in or connected to Luton to register online and then upload their stories about relatives who took part or were affected by the great War.
Community ID a Community Service Company (CSC) providing a range of services. They provide translation services for communicating with deaf and hard of hearing people, photography services, and run other projects with a focus on providing services for deaf people. They also run a bed and breakfast in Scotland.
I was asked to build a virtual learning environment (VLE) for a company providing online courses. They asked me to build an online student area. The main features were:
Harrow Korfball are in charge of promoting and running several korfball clubs in the area as well as running many school korfball clubs in or near to Harrow. They had an existing basic website. They asked me to create a new website for them which would help them promote korfball in the area, provide information on the clubs and include a calendar and news.
The website I created for them:
NA Advocacy asked me to redo their website for them. They are a charity providing funding for research for the rare disease Neuroacanthocytosis. Their existing website was quite basic, was quite complex to navigate and had few images. They wanted a new website that would be more stylish, include more images and would be easy to update.
I created a new website for them using the Drupal content management system. The new website:
I was approached by the brand consultancy Branding by Garden to create a new website for Shapecast Limited. Shapecast are consultants in enterprise architecture. They had an existing website which was very basic and looked dated. Initially, Branding by Garden had thought to create the website using Wordpress, but I suggested using Drupal which they and the client were happy to go along with.
I created a website for the parents of St Boniface primary school in London. The school already had an official website but this website was aimed at the parents to create a place where they could discuss issues online, be updated about school events and news as well as other items. The website is managed by the school parents society called The Friends of St Boniface.
The website has several main elements:
Signamic asked me to create a new student website for them. This was a virtual learning environment (VLE) where students (and teachers) could log in and access all the information relating to their course. This project was a web education application. One of their key requirements was that it should be easy for teachers with little computer experience to use.
The main features of the website would be: