The Access Project

Screenshot from the Access Project website

Over Summer 2011 we've been building a brand new website for The Access Project, which helps young people from disadvantaged backgrounds get into top universities.

To come up with a design which they loved, Codeface and Andy Beck from Midaspider worked closely with the management team from The Access Project in a series of design workshops.

The finished site has a content management system powered by Wordpress.

The Access Project (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

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