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Thursday, March 4th, 2010
Manchester City Council approached ID Interactive to produce some Microsoft Frontpage templates for use on their new rebranded intranet.
After a detailed consultation, ID Interactive produced a set of fresh new page layouts that would fit in with Manchester City Councils intranet structure. These layouts were then coded up with W3C standards compliant XHTML and CSS into Microsoft Frontpage templates. The templates created also allow the user to browse more intuitively and offer a greater level of accessibilty.
Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010
ID Interactive were asked to create the new website and corporate logo for The Task Force for The Government Department for Emerging Business and Regulatory Reform. The website needed to include a number of bespoke features and include comprehensive content to help ethnic minority business such as Task Force Support and Government Help for Business. The website content also needed to be much easier to access and allow users access to finance, business support and procurement areas more intuitively.
Following detailed discussions with the client, ID Interactive created a website that exceeded the brief. The revamped website features a new information architecture which organises the content more intuitively, thus making more sense to the users and resulting in a much improved user experience on the whole.
Monday, March 1st, 2010
First Choice Homes Oldham (FCHO) are an Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO) managing nearly 13,000 homes in Oldham, Greater Manchester. FCHO had recently completed an audit of their website and approached ID Interactive to create a prototype website to demonstrate how the recommendations made in the audit report.
After digesting the audit report and some detailed discussions with FCHO staff, ID Interactive identified several additional areas where significant value could be added to the First Choice Home Oldham website, not only for their customers but for their staff as well.
ID Interactive created a concept that pulled many of their existing back office systems into one neat interface meaning that managing the website’s content, which could be static web content or homes that customers can apply for, would be significantly easier and less labour intensive.
In terms of the front-end ID Interactive developed a new user interface built around a restructured information architecture. The prototype also incoporated commercial grade home search functionality and a members area where customers could manage their applications and repairs etc. As a result the prototype site had a much improved user experience, showing First Choice Homes Oldham just what is possible with the latest Web 2.0 techologies.
Sunday, February 28th, 2010
The private equity firm, Hamilton Bradshaw, headed up by global entreprenuer and BBC Dragon James Caan, approached ID Interactive to redesign their corporate website and integrate a content management system. Their goals were clear – the website should be a true reflection of Hamilton Bradshaw’s corporate image and their staff should be able to keep the site up to date.
Hamilton Bradshaw had a very clear idea of what the site should look like. So after a detailed consultation ID Interactive came up with new structure, navigation, and look and feel according to Hamilton Bradshaw’s design ideas. The new site is a complete departure from the old, with more a intuitive feel and a look more in keeping with their corporate image. The integration of a content management system also ensures that Hamilton Bradshaw are in charge of their content.
You can see the live website at:
Saturday, February 27th, 2010
IT Recruitment Specialists UKStaff.co.uk approached ID Interactive to redesign their recruitment website. UKStaff.co.uk felt that their existing website no longer reflected their fresh take on the recruitment industry and thought that the website could do more for them. The brief was extended to the development of a job management tool, enabling consultants to add and remove jobs as necessary.
Following detailed consultation, ID Interactive redesigned the site structure, navigation and layout. Complete with a new colour scheme, that is more in keeping with the company’s ethos and aspirations to become a leading player in the recruitment market. The new UKStaff.co.uk site effectively meets the goals set out by this project.
You can see the live website at:
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