- Agribusiness – conference website AIC is the leading trade association in the agrisupply industry, and Agribusiness is the annual conference run by AIC for that industry. For the last two years I have created a conference site for attendees based on the conference brand; bringing together all of the relevant material for each conference. The site is now both an archive for old conferences as well as a promotional and support tool for future ones.
- AIC Mobile Web Application The AIC Mobile Web Application is a Node JS application which provides an overview of the work of the Agricultural Industries Confederation. The app is designed as a timeline of future, current and past events, with each item on the timeline represented by a colour-coded or graphical bullet point. It pulls in content from a number of different sources – Google Calendar, a bespoke briefing system, and a WordPress site – and authenticates users via a dedicated OpenID Connect server.
- Research Database The Research Database (RD) was originally developed for use by two UK Government Departments – the Department for Transport (DfT) and the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) – to manage all of the research projects that they funded. The DfT database was recently updated with a new look and more streamlined user interface, both to encourage greater use of the system and to promote knowledge of the projects undertaken by DfT within the Department.
- St George’s School and Little Steps I've been working with St George's School and their associated nursery, Little Steps, to overhaul all aspects of their design - from their websites to the headed paper they use. It's an ongoing process, which is gradually delivering an improved image for both the school and the nursery.
- Cooden Cellars website and store integration The new Cooden Cellars website is a major rewrite of the original system, developed to support the expansion of the company online, its wholesale trade, and the move into additional retail premises. The site includes a completely new design that works on a wide variety of devices, including mobile phones, and a much improved user interface.
- The Growth Network website The Growth Network website was developed following changes to responsibility for reporting on the delivery of large scale housing growth and major regeneration projects in England and Wales within the UK. The aim of the website design was to produce something easily accessible, that reflected the planning work undertaken by those involved in delivering growth. The site was designed to be both easy to maintain and to encourage participation.
- Philosophy4Children website Philosophy4Children is a company run by Dot Lenton and Barbara Vidion to promote and support a philosophical approach to teaching. Their website has been a key driver in promoting their business. The latest version of the site incorporates a more professional, modern design which better showcases the services they offer and their experience in the field, and yet remains approachable and accessible.
- Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC) mail system AIC is the leading trade association in the agrisupply industry. To allow the various Sector heads within the organisation to send regular email briefings to the organisation’s members, Netfundi designed and developed a bespoke online email distribution system. The system was recently expanded to provide support for a Trade Assurance Alert system.