RunTimeLog is an online logbook for runners that we created in summer 2009.

Richard had just started training for his first marathon, and was frustrated with the web applications available for runners.

We wanted to create a site that would make it easy for users to plot a route on a map, find out exactly how far the route was, save it for future reference, and log training sessions on the route.

Using the Google maps API (and some fairly fiddly JavaScript) we were able to do just that.

Most of the Ruby on Rails coding for RunTimeLog was done by Daniel Cooper, with a bit of help interference from Richard. Jamie Richardson-Smith came up a very web-2.0ish look 'n' feel that we were really pleased with.

As with all the sites we create, it's implemented using nice lightweight HTML and CSS and it ranks highly in search engines for some good keywords.

RunTimelog, the free online running log (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

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