BrightsideUNIAID is a national education charity. They have a vision of a society where all individuals are inspired and empowered to achieve their potential through education and employment.

Screenshots from the BrightsideUNIAID website

In Spring 2010, Codeface created the new BrightsideUNIAID website, with a bespoke content management system implemented in Ruby on Rails.

The flexible CMS allows creation of pages, and full management of hierarchical menus. This enables the site administrators to completely control the structure of their website.

The site administrators also have full control of all meta-data - enabling pages to be configured for optimal search engine visibility.

As with many of the websites we create, we also provide ongoing hosting and maintenance for BrightsideUNIAID.

The BrightsideUNIAID website (new window)

Recent Projects

The Access Project - helping disadvantaged students get into top universities

Satirino - a bilingual site with a bespoke content management system

Banned Books - a site to tie-in with Banned Books week in October 2010

BrightsideUNIAID - a website and CMS for this national education charity

Hove Offices - a lightweight HTML and CSS site for a local business here in Hove

The Big Tap Challenge - encouraging people to reduce the amount of water they waste.

RunTimeLog - an online log for runners and joggers.

Tip Hut - send out your tip of the day or quote of the day

Outside Story - making London's libraries more accessible to the homeless

Magne & Co. solicitors - simple lightweight HTML site for a small firm of lawyers in Surbiton

Flash development Projects

Back of the Net

Beat the Keeper

Fridge Door Phrases

Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional This page was handcrafted in Brighton by Codeface