TEEP wanted a completely redeveloped website, with a range of new functionality accompanied by a fresh new look and feel and we were happy to help. TEEP had a range of downloadable resources available, and wanted them easily accessible to their Associates once they logged in.
We built a bespoke resource management system that allowed administrators (and later some categories of user) to upload their own resources, and added a feedback module so users could rate their resources. We developed a user management system allowing different users to have a range of customisable privileges, administered from a control panel. The system also includes an online forum, a customisable section manager for categorising and Web Parler integration for email marketing.
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 programme
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