KDR have been involved in the design, development and maintenance of three versions of the Lord Sainsbury-funded science education website (£3million programme) for teachers, from its origins at the start of the SEP programme in 2002. The latest version offered a range of bespoke features including an admin panel for management of the online user database, (which grew to number just under 13,000 SEP Associates by the end of 2011), a content managed resource bank of SEP publications, lots of custom features such as online questionnaires, a bespoke registration form module and publication offers send via email to the Associate database, and a substantial Catalyst sub-site, containing an extensive archive of back issues of Catalyst magazine.
The SEP website’s resources including Catalyst were moved to the National Stem Centre in 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.”
- Karim Rkaina
What the client said:
“We have worked with KDR Creative for nearly 10 years on many programmes and projects. These have ranged from the development of large, bespoke websites and multimedia projects to small, one-off consultancy activities.
In all of our dealings with KDR, my team and I have found Karim and colleagues to be conscientious, flexible and professional at all times. All of our projects have been delivered on time and on budget and for value for money KDR is hard to beat. "
- Nigel Thomas, Director
Gerry Dixon from Dixon Anderson approached KDR following collaboration on two previous e-commerce websites for Hope and Glory and MA.STRUM. They required a new WordPress-powered website on a tight bud
Nigel Thomas, Director of Lord Sainsbury’s Gatbsy Technical Education Projects approached KDR following their work in the Science Enhancement Programme and other GTEP projects. GTEP wanted a refr