Web projects

A quick indication of various strands of on-screen development, including one which delivers website teaching material for locations without internet connection...


the teaching modules

shown here is material from DevelopingPhysio's 'teaching modules'. Provided by qualified physios training selected students in remote communities, the modules follow a pattern of familiarising the student with reference material (in purple), though assessment process (blue) that leads in turn to the treatment procedures (green). Because interactive choices are required during the assessments stages, the entire project is designed as an app (once trials are complete) allowing both online and offline use as well as printable wherever required.

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Developing Physio

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Developing Physio and interactive training material

A long term project, currently trialling in remote countries around the world uses 'libraryBoxes' to allow WiFi conditions in places without internet access. This interactive material, with over 3,000 illustrations, helps the physios train local communities who will in turn train others.

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Best Practice Guides
Developing Physio
Helen Denerley
Kyrre Slind
MISA (Scotland)
Friends of MondeDiplo
North Tweedale Paths
Pentland Activity Camps
Peebles High School
Ronald Stevenson
Savourna Stevenson
West Linton

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web design for editable and 'static' websites

Design for various websites, some for editors to fully manage their own sites using Content Management Systems (CMS) such as Wordpress and also more 'static' sites which are less autonomous for the owner, but good for more personal needs... enlarge any image(click image for gallery).

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Gael trail with Kevin Anderson

enlarge any image(click image for gallery). Although strictly neither website, nor collaboration, these were done as part of an introductory trail of Edinburgh, designed by Kevin Anderson for Proiseact nan Ealan (Gaelic Arts) that told the story of the city from the perspective of the gael. Although never completed, much of the original work still lies latent...