doop were commissioned to redesign & redevelop the website building on the Joomla platform, including a fully responsive layout, for Whelan Dowling & Associates (WDA) a leading independent firm of Chartered Accountants and Business & Taxation Consultants in Ireland.
RISC stands for Risk, Internal Audit, System Solution and Corporate Governance. Designed by Credit Union financial experts, RISC Manager helps Credit Unions stay 100% on top of all regulatory and compliance requirements in a way that saves time, provides re-assurance and also aids critical decision making within a Credit Union.
doop were commissioned to design a logo and website for the product’s promotion.
Babaloobeez is an online shop selling high-quality, music t-shirts with unique designs. The site was built on the wordpress platform integrated with the Woo-commerce shopping cart system.
The design for the These Charming Men website took its cue from the album cover artwork of The Smiths. We selected some of the most iconic sleeves and applied the colour palette to each section of the website, so as you navigate the site, the background image and link colours change. The site was built on the WordPress platform allowing the band to easily update the website and gig information their charming selves…
doop were asked to design and develop a new interface for the St. Jospeh’s Aviation Credit Union. Build upon the Joomla content management system the site provides full information about St. Joseph’s while allowing credit union members to access their accounts via the interaction with CU Online from Wellington IT Solutions.
Qued.tv is a new initiative for digital media curators who are passionate about collecting, hunting and finding deep links into rich media and finding relevance interlinking media to life.
doop were asked to develop a CMS multilingual website for the Red Cross in San Sebastian in the Basque Country in both Basque and Spanish. The site was built on the Joomla platform allowing staff in the communications department to easily update the site with news and press releases in both languages.
“Equal access to social rich media is required for social radio to work. We live in one world, and it’s getting smaller.”
Brian Greene (partner at doop.ie) and blip.fm ambassador is a avid fan of social radio. Here he is interviewed by Pete Dulin for the blog BlipNation.
Dulin: What does this phrase, “people controlled radio,” mean to you?
BrianGreene: “People controlled radio” is radio that we the listeners control. Radio by the people, for the people. Radio has been in the hands of the governments and the regulators and the corporations and the advertising departments for 100 years. Now we have passed the point in needing anyone but ourselves to programme our radio needs. And I don’t just mean music; documentaries, news, comment, and chat, we can share it all on social radio platforms, and Blip.FM is the truest form of social radio that I have yet seen.
Congratulations to doop designed www.IrishDeafKids.ie for winning at the 8th Annual Ireland’s eGovernment Awards. At the awards ceremony in Dublin, IDK beat off stiff competition to win the Supporting Inclusive Education Category.
Other websites short-listed in the same category included Bluebrick.ie, ArtLinks, the Irish Maritime Development Office and the Online Maths Programme developed by Meath County Council and NUI Maynooth.
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Remember the days when the word Google was not interchangeable with internet? Or when every site seemed to have a Netscape icon on it? Or when Flash was still something you cleaned your floor with? Then you were clearly using the web in the mid to late 1990s when pages were rudimentary affairs containing lists of links and information.
Thanks to the waybackmachine internet archive, we’re still able to see some of the Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 pioneers looked in their earliest incarnations.
via How 20 popular websites looked when they launched – Telegraph.