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Byline Times Design and development of a newspaper website
Distinctive website using WP5's Block Editor to make the editorial team more efficient. A limited set of components, options and automations combines to produce an easily variable, yet very consistent website.
WikiTribune Development of editorial tools for a collaborative news platform
New collaborative editing, revision tracking, moderation and editorial approval workflows for Jimmy Wales' "radically open" journalism project.
London Art History Society Collaborative website for a volunteer-run society
WordPress + ACF website allowing easy updates by a volunteer committee of the London Art History Society, and well-organised calendar of events and content to attract new members.
Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial Market research website integrated with campaign tools
Online market research website, integrated with survey software, the publisher's CRM and their campaign/marketing tools.
Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial Publisher’s CRM-type site for book reviewers / literary bloggers
Public-facing website, registration process integrated with Selligent, and custom back-end functionality for campaign management and analysis.
UK Jewish Film Complex website grouping festivals, screenings and an archive for a cultural film event organiser
Full design and development of a website presenting many intricately interlinked types of information, including festivals, films, screenings, guest appearances
David Martin Jones Academic bibliography with filters, search and term highlighting
WordPress site built as an easily consulted curriculum and bibliography. We enabled multi-category filtering and combined keyword searching against David Martin Jones' articles, books, speeches and courses, with instant in-page result highlighting, and control over sorting/ordering of results.
British Archaeological Association Website and forum for an archaeological association
Complete website design and build, with special attention on translating a complex hierarchy of information into an intuitive, elegant and enjoyable user experience
Centre for Cities Responsive website for a UK campaign group in the run-up to the general election
Think Cities was a forum for broadcasting and debating recommendations for political parties' policies for urban areas in the lead up to the 2015 election. We designed and built the site and advised on information architecture, to ensure the best experience for readers and to help keep them on the site.
Simon Callaghan Website for a classical musician
Quick refresh of existing design, increased social network integration