“Jean Scrase from the Gatsby funded Learning Skills in Science programme approached KDR following their work for the Science Enhancement Programme.
They required a bespoke website with password protected content for its users, a bespoke user management system with custom multi level user privileges, and an easy navigation system to navigate the extensive LSS educational resources.
KDR delivered the project on time and to budget, and have since added a custom course manager and user registration module, allowing the client to add new courses, allowing them to manage different user types access to specific sets of resources.
The LSS website’s resources were moved to the National Stem Centre in September 2012, following the assimilation of resources into the Gatsby archive website. However, an archive version of the website can be viewed by clicking the view website button (requires password). Please contact us if you require more details.”
- Karim Rkaina
What the client said:
“"KDR Creative have provided effective and efficient web development and support for the Gatsby Science Enhancement Programme and Learning Skills for Science Programme. My team and I have found Karim and his team to be thoughtful, thorough and pragmatic at all times, providing timely and cost effective solutions."
- Jean Scrase, Director
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