Easyscreed, a subsidiary of JB Concrete, are Ireland’s leading supplier of liquid flooring solutions. Having previously rebranded the company, doop recently built and launched their cms driven website.
The Irish Platform for Patients’ Organisations, Science & Industry is a patient led partnership facilitating interaction between the three key membership groups on policy, legislation and regulation around the development of new medicines, products, devices and diagnostics for unmet medical needs in Ireland.
doop were commissioned to restructure the site content and upgrade and improve the site template design. The site content was migrated from an old 1.0 Joomla! version up to the latest 1.5 release.
Shine is the national organisation dedicated to upholding the rights and addressing the needs of all those affected by enduring mental illness. doop suggested the “shineonline” website address and designed and developed a Joomla! cms website allowing staff complete control to update the website content themselves.
On September 15th the new website of the Irish Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Society (ISANDS.IE) was launched by the Minister for Health and Children Mary Harney T.D. at the Croke Park Conference Centre. Over a year in development the site is a complete rebuild of the previous site first launched in 1997.
At the core of the new site is a digital version of the ISANDS Remembrance Quilt, the digital version has borrowed from the grid pixel nature of the million dollar homepage, making the size and capacity of the new online digital quilt infinite.
The new site also incorporates a new donation & shop facility which uses Realex Payments as a payment gateway.
We would like to thank Ron Smith-Murphy of ISANDS. for her dedication and work on this site and Colm Lyon of Realex payments for his vision of web services for groups like ISANDS.
More Details from www.isands.ie
doop designed the identity and website for Irish Deaf Kids. Parents of deaf children need an online meeting-place to chat with other parents and exchange tips in a peer-support network. Irish Deaf Kids seeks to meet these needs, and to remind the parents of deaf children that they are not alone in their journey.
Show Racism the Red Card is harnessing the profile of sport to educate against racism. It also supports programmes that encourage integration and sport.
The Irish site, designed and built by doop, was launched in 2006. It has recently been given a face lift, including a new and improved wordpress powered news area, which features regular updates on issues of racism in Irish sport.
Éan is Ireland’s emigrant advice network. Éan are working toward ensuring a more positive emigrant experience. doop were commissioned to update the organisation identity & develop a website allowing for easy & frequent updating by Éan staff.