Below is just a selection of our live work. We have provided a variety of work from database driven sites to simple static pages.
Our feature site is PsychExchchange.co.uk which is a great showcase for how data based driven web sites can and should be designed. It also demonstrates how generous other psychology teachers are in sharing their resources and ideas.
Holah.co.uk is a popular and easy to use static html web site designed for psychology students. Its strength is that all of the content needed for OCR AS psychology can be found on one site that is easy to navigate.
PsychBLOG.co.uk is a good example of how blogging software can be used as a medium for blended learning.
For The Association for Teachers of Psychology we have designed and host theatp.org and atpconference.org.uk. The ATP web site allows the committee (Deb Gajic et al.) to add their own content and has a database allowing members to pay, join and edit their membership details. The website also includes a forum and a members only magazine section.
The ATP Conference site also allows the organiser, Phil Banyard, to add his own content and also maintains an archive of previous annual conferences. The annual ATP conference is the number one CPD event for teachers of psychology in the UK
We are also employed by Cara Flanagan and Mike Cardwell to design and host the SouthWestConferences web site which specialise in high quality A level student conferences and teacher INSET. This site enables the owners to update their own content with ease.