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.
doop were commissioned to redesign & redevelop the website building on the Joomla platform for Whelan Dowling & Associates (WDA) a leading independent firm of Chartered Accountants and Business & Taxation Consultants in Ireland.
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.”
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.
You can support the 8th HB Ice Cream Fundays for Down Syndrome Ireland by hosting an ice-cream party with FREE HB Hazelbrook Farm ice-cream and raise vital funds which will go towards the ongoing development of Down Syndrome Ireland’s services.
doop used the flexibilty of the Joomla CMS system, which allows multiple template designs within one site to adjust the design for the HB Fundays section only.
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.
The Bolton Trust are an organisation that promote new business enterprises in Ireland. Having previously designed their website, doop recently freshened up the site’s design as well as implementing wordpress cms in the back-end to allow them to update their ‘news’ section themselves. This worked so well that they came back to us asking for the entire site to be updateable using the same wordpress install. This involved rebuilding the code within wordpress whilst maintaining the original handcoded design.
Bunty’s Boudoir is the ultimate dressing service in Ireland. Bringing to the TG community only the highest quality of service with passion and understanding.
doop were asked to design and develop a simple wesbite for the company that would allow staff to update the website themselves. We decided to use the wordpress content management system which will also easily facilitate further expansion with image galleries, event calendars and online payment systems.
In July 2009 doop were contracted to build an online payments system for Tattersalls Ireland Limited.
Tattersalls bloodstock auctioneers hold 7 auctions per annum over 21 days selling 1000′s of lots from their complex in Ratoath, Co.Meath. Traditionally vendors selling lots would pay entry fees of lots at the sale by cheque. The ability to pay entry fees online would provide an alternative payment method for vendors.
Doop developed a bespoke entry system that captured all required details for multiple lots with a payments gateway to allow for the secure payment of the entry fees by credit card.
The business implication of this installation for Tattersalls means that vendors have more control and access to payments and entries. Also the system has been so successful Tattersalls now see 60% of entry fees are now paid online and this figure is growing with each sale.
The hidden benefit of this move to online payments is that Tattersalls have been able to shift payment terms from invoicing to upfront payments which, as any business knows this assists greatly with cash flow. Such is the volume of transactions through the new system, the company have been able to negotiate better gateway fees and are further driving down the cost of taking online payments.
There is of course a cultural shift in such systems, but satisfaction among vendors with the new payments method is universal.