A complete redesign and re-brand of the portal for the European Society of Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy. The site features user registration at different levels, forum and newsletter service. We also developed their electronic journal (http://www.ejmint.org).
This academic site for the CEBM required a complete overhaul. The copious information was restructured with a user-led design aimed to draw visitors around the site. New blog and news sections have been added and are managed on an on-going basis to keep the site fresh.
Oxford International Primary Care Research Leadership programme
This is another community site based around this Oxford annual course for practicing medics and researchers. Many features of the site are only available to members of the community, which includes the students, mentors and administrative staff.
This site includes a peer-to-peer communications system, which can be used to communicate with members or groups of members, a private electronic noticeboard, events system and news board.
An interactive blog promoting evidence-based medicine. Also published as a print version. This blog has now been cited by Muir Gray is followed on Twitter by Bad Science's Ben Goldacre and is fed to both MedPedia and the TRIP database websites.
The site provides community features, like user sign in and commenting, and features a nice scrolling 'tag cloud' to promote the topics covered by the blog's authors.
Trust The Evidence also conforms to the 'HONcode' standard, a mark of responsible health reporting on the net.
This is the third international conference for evidence-based medicine.
This site includes a conference timetabling system, delegate communications tools, poster submission system, speaker and chair management and a whole bunch of other tools to promote this international conference and help it run smoothly.
This site features Tom's extensive catalogue of musical compositions. Sample YouTube, MP4 and audio clips via elegant pop-up players. Search for individual pieces and list in convenient groupings and orders.
Mark provided the clean design for this site, and we built the blog with a simple WYSIWYG editor for providing updates. There is also a really nice gallery of his artwork, which is worth a look around, and his old site has been neatly integrated with the new format. All the old content can be browsed and is still available to people who archived the old links.
This is an example of a Wordpress site - ideal for personal blogs like this one. Carl can change the vanilla design to suit his mood and add widgets to his hearts content! We helped Carl with a photo shoot to feature him and represent him well on the site.
A corporate site driven by Cold Fusion, featuring multiple products, webinars, white papers, and multiple product lines. The site contains loads of technically intense content, and it took quite an effort to help market the products in a customer-friendly fashion.
This glossary features thousands of definitions and is available on line as a webpage and a web app. The sites detects mobile users and presents the glossary in HTML5, so the terms are even available offline. Updating occurs automatically whenever you are online, so the glossary is always up to date.
A community site attracting a lot of media interest due to the national campaign to save the boatyard and preserve this unique corner of Oxford.
The site provides users with sign-up options and the ability to provide quotes and feedback.
This site features an elegant design to compliment the gorgeous property it advertises. The lush photos are presented in gently fading flash galleries, and pre-load discretely to maintain the user experience.