Web Development Portfolio

Portfolio of Work: Content Managed Web Sites (Page 2)

Client: Millhouse Contract Hire & Leasing
Location: Ashford, Kent
URL: www.millhouseleasing.co.uk

This site was developed for a new car leasing firm and required that content management be available to manage all of the content throughout the site, as well as the vehicle special offers. The administration, via a secure hidden online console, provides the company with an easy means to complete updates with no technical training required.

Client: Body Tissue Services
Location: London
URL: www.bodytissue.com

This project was a redesign of an existing web site into a revised system where the client has the ability to edit not only the content by also the sub-menu items within each section of the site. The site also incorporates Ampheon's Dynamic Linker technology to ensure that the database-driven pages are search engine friendly.

Client: JMRC Limited
Location: London
URL: www.jmrc.co.uk

JMRC required a web site that adhered closely to the offline branding of the company, whilst providing flexibility to self-manage the content. Ampheon developed a web site that closely complemented the branding and provided its custom-written content management tool to allow for the content to be managed by the client.

Client: Rodolfo Lucarelli
Location: London
URL: www.rodolfolucarelli.com

The client required a small web site with the ability to update all static content pages, and add, modify, and remove details of properties for sale, lease, and rent. The finished site also includes a dynamically generated 'slide show' that takes the site visitor through a small online tour of each of the client's properties.

Client: British Committee for the Restitution of the Parthenon Marbles
Location: London
URL: www.parthenonuk.com

The British Committee for the Restitution of the Parthenon Marbles are the leading organisation outside Greece campaigning for the return of the Parthenon Marbles (also known as the Elgin Marbles). The purpose of the site is to disseminate information about the campaign and the reasons behind it, and to encourage participation from Internet visitors to support the return. This is the Committee's first web site, and Ampheon managed and consulted on the project from initial discussions through to site launch. The site nature meant frequent updates, and Ampheon's custom-written content management tool was integrated to meet this requirement.

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