TEEP came back to us having successfully delivered the TEEP website on time and on budget, and wanted a new website offering a set of around 100 video clips to a specified subset of users, which could be streamed or downloaded with ease.
We integrated the user database with the TEEP website, and build a new bespoke content management system which offered the ability to add, edit or delete resources, video pages and accompanying text, change the position of video clips in the navigation structure and to provide accompanying notes. The website also features an attractive coverflow system to navigate the chapters and sections that make up the resource. The website uses Streaming Video Provider technology for streaming.
What the client said:
“I have been delighted with the work we commissioned from KDR Creative. They designed a new website for us, and kept to all deadlines and timelines. The website is easy to navigate, and attractive to look at. I have found them an excellent company to work with, and have commissioned further work as I can rely on their creativity and technical expertise. I particularly appreciate the clarity of explanation of options, which helped me in making decisions about the product.”
- Dee Palmer-Jones, TEEP
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