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Crown Commercial Service

Timeframe: Present

The CCS website was struggling to manage the data exchange between their legacy CMS and their CRM platform (Salesforce). Studio 24 redeveloped the CCS website using a Headless CMS to provide time saving efficiencies for CCS staff and to make procurement faster and easier for CCS customers.

Department of Health and Social Care

Timeframe: Present

This was a consultancy project. We researched user experiences and helped the Department of Health and Social Care to reimagine how their intranet can be used by staff.

Animal Health Trust

Timeframe: Present

We redesigned the AHT website to focus on increasing donations and engaging with a wide range of stakeholders - from research scientists to vets to supporters. We were delighted to report a 220% increase in the number of online donations.

Kier Group

Timeframe: Past

The brief was to produce a design for the Quality Conversation Engagement Tool, providing an easy-to-use and effective mechanism for issuing, recording and reviewing site observation engagement on Kier Building UK projects. This bespoke app would form part of Kier's Behavioural Change Programme, which aims to drive a continually improving cultural change towards Safety, Health, Environmental and Business Assurance.

East Anglian Air Ambulance

Timeframe: Past

East Anglian Air Ambulance website is a key tool for gaining support and communicating to EAAA's multiple stakeholder groups. It is therefore essential that users of the site (including new supporters, former patients, EAAA lottery players, corporate supporters, donors, media, staff, volunteers, and medical professionals) are able to find the information they need easily and in an aesthetically pleasing format. Recognising this, EAAA partnered with us to create a new website as part of an exciting step forward to help raise the much needed funds to provide their vital service.

Cambridge Film Festival

Timeframe: Present

We have been a major sponsor of this event since 2006 and as part of this continued support we were tasked with the creation of a brand new website which would launch the 35th Cambridge Film Festival. As a key part of the festival's marketing strategy the site would be used to raise awareness, increase audiences and attract the world's best filmmakers. In addition to fulfilling these goals, we wanted to really reflect the quality of the Cambridge Film Festival - positioning it, where it belongs, as one of the best in the UK.

Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre

Timeframe: Present

The Conference Centre marketing team needed a website that better reflected the high quality of the venue and showcases the environment and facilities. The main goal of the website is to allow prospective customers to explore the venue, be inspired and make the decision to book it for their event. The website needed to be able to be easily maintained by the marketing team and integrate with some existing systems. We also needed to work closely with the IT Team, who would be hosting the site and taking over maintenance of the project on completion.

CBM UK

Timeframe: Present

CBM developed a set of guidelines which give advice to field workers in emergency response scenarios on how to make relief services inclusive. Our challenge was to design and build the tools that would allow all relief workers access to these guidelines freely and easily within disaster zones where an internet connection cannot be guaranteed. The project resulted in a disability-inclusive emergency response mobile app and website.

North West Cambridge Development

Timeframe: Present

As part of the University of Cambridge's continued growth as one of the world's leading universities, the North West Cambridge Development was born. The vision; to create a new district and extension to the city, centred around a mixed academic and urban community. Following a highly competitive formal tender process, we were awarded the opportunity to create a new website for NWCD with the aim to introduce their new brand and reflect the next part of the project lifecycle.

Barcham Trees

Timeframe: Present

Barcham is Europe's largest tree specialist, growing over 200,000 instant impact trees. With over 20 years' experience in the industry and a nursery which covers a 300 acre site, they have an extensive collection of light pot system grown trees available to purchase online. Historically Barcham's main customers were in the wholesale market, but with a new objective to grow the retail side of their business, they approached us to redesign and revitalise their online presence. Key goals for the new site were to give users a rich user experience reflecting the quality and brand, ensure potential customers find Barcham when looking to purchase a tree, and increase retail sales online.

Cambridge Live Trust

Timeframe: Present

Set up to take over from Cambridge City Council the governance, management, and operation of the Cambridge Folk Festival, Cambridge Corn Exchange, Guildhall, and other live arts and entertainment events, this non-profit distributing organisation makes a key contribution to accessible culture in the region. The Cambridge Live team knew that their new website needed to make a huge impact as it was to be used as the main tool for launching the public face of this new organisation. This single website was a great challenge as it needed to bring together the individual business operations onto one domain to market all Cambridge Live Trust events, venues, and services.

Abbeygate Cinema

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Bell English

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Cambridge Arts Theatre Trust Ltd

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Internet Watch Foundation

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HS2

Timeframe: Present

Create a high-quality website to clearly communicate the project to a wide variety of stakeholders.

Barcham Trees

Timeframe: Present

When visiting the Barcham Trees nursery in person, customers receive a high level of service and a great deal of guidance when making their purchase. We needed to convey the same experience online and created a successful e-commerce site.

St. Nicholas Hospice Care

Timeframe: Present

We created an effective donation form to help them to maximise online fundraising.

Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Timeframe: Present

Website redesign with an emphasis on increasing Friends membership.

London Heathrow Expansion

Timeframe: Present

Information and consultation websites regarding the Heathrow Airport Expansion.

Oxford Archaeology East

Timeframe: Present

Impressive interactive map to share the finds of a recent dig.

Urban Bar

Timeframe: Present

International e-commerce website

IRIS Education

Timeframe: Present

Website redevelopment.

Crossrail

Timeframe: Past

Support and Development of existing CMS for www.crossrail.co.uk. Crossrail is the new high frequency, metro railway for London and the South East. In 2009 Studio 24 was appointed by Crossrail as their sole supplier of website services, for a period of three years. The initial phase of work required Studio 24 to support the existing corporate website powered by a third party content management system. This phase of the project involved fixing a range of system bugs, enhancing site functionality and developing a strategy for the future of the website as Crossrail moved further into construction. Given limitations with the third party content management system (CMS) and the required expansion of the site, it was decided that the site architecture be redeveloped on a new more stable CMS platform.

Crossrail

Timeframe: Past

Website CMS Design and Rebuild of www.crossrail.co.uk Crossrail is the new high frequency, metro railway for London and the South East. Following an initial phase to suport and develop the existing website and third-party CMS, it was decided that the site architecture be redeveloped on a new more stable CMS platform given limitations of the current one and the required expansion of the site. Studio 24 undertook a detailed design architecture phase. The new website is powered by the Studio 24 content management system and provides the client with access and the ability to update all parts of the site internally. Other bespoke pieces of functionality were also developed including a Postcode search tool ('Near You') that allows users to find out what construction works are happening in their area which is important as construction intensifies.

Cambridge Building Society

Timeframe: Past

Website CMS Design and Rebuild of www.cambridgebs.co.uk. The Cambridge Building Society is an independent, local and mutual society established in 1850. They offer a range of financial services and products including mortgages, savings, investments and insurance. As part of a new business phase, the company wanted to open an online savings channel and completely rebrand at the same time. The Society appointed Studio 24 as their new Digital Agency to completely manage the redevelopment of their online presence. We were required to work closely with their branding agency to ensure a smooth transition from print to online. Part of the project requirements were also to work with a third party financial software provider who was providing the online savings facility. The client was looking for the website to be flexible, in order that they could update it easily in-house.

University of Cambridge

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Redesign and build of www.cam.ac.uk. Studio 24 was commissioned by the University of Cambridge to undertake a complete redesign of the main University of Cambridge website. The client required us to initially undertake a detailed Information Architecture (IA) phase in order that we could define the most suitable navigation structure for the website. We also needed to analyse the content types in order that the varying page templates could be defined. Whilst keeping within the University brand guidelines, we were requested to design and build a range of visually impressive content specific templates. The templates needed to be highly flexible, as they were to be cascaded across a wide range of University department websites.

Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

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Website CMS Design and Rebuild of www.compas.smd.qmul.ac.uk website and Mobile site. Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry is part of Queen Mary, University of London. The school offers international levels of excellence in research and teaching while serving a diverse London population. In 2010 Studio 24 was commissioned to completely redevelop the COMPAS curriculum map to enhance its offering to students. We were tasked with reviewing the curriculum maps\' underlying structure, enhancing its functionality and designing a more intuitive user friendly interface. The newly developed curriculum map was to include visually attractive reports, advanced administration tools and a dedicated mobile version. A mobile version of the website was also developed allowing students to view the curriculum map on smart phones.

Cambridge Stem Cell Initiative

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Website CMS Design and Rebuild of Intranet and Three Websites: www.stemcells.cam.ac.uk - Cambridge Stem Cell Initiative (SCI) www.lrm.medschl.cam.ac.uk - Anne McLaren Laboratory for Regenerative Medicine (LRM) www.cscr.cam.ac.uk - Centre for Stem Cell Research (CSCR) intranet.stemcells.cam.ac.uk The Cambridge Stem Cell Initiative brings together leading scientists, PhD students and professionals from a range of University of Cambridge departments and associated stem cell research groups. At the beginning of 2011, Cambridge Stem Cell Initiative approached Studio 24 to plan, advise and undertake the development of three websites and an intranet (as listed above). The client wanted all the websites and the intranet to be unique, yet have a common look and feel and all content needed to be fully editable via a powerful central content management system (CMS). Specific content management requirements included: Certain content (i.e. news articles, events) needed to be shared across different websites. Principle Investigators (PI) profiles needed to be editable by PI staff, through a simple form rather than via the full CMS admin system. Ability to embed video and audio. Ability to tag news articles and other pages. Other bespoke requirements included the development of a searchable publications database and the integration with the clients\' internal directory system.