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    Event resource website | Veteran Car Run |
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    Event resource website

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    Historical timeline
    Bespoke eCommerce platform
    Dynamic photo gallery
    Content Management System
    Built using HTML5

    The brief
    Commissioned by Goose Communications, we were briefed to design and develop a website for the classic 2014 Veteran Car Run. The website is a comprehensive information resource for the event, including a car registration and entry system, a marshal registration system and a merchandise eCommerce.

    The solution
    We developed a bespoke website that gives users all the tools they need to register enter their cars, purchase tickets and find information about the day (including timetables and directions).
    The website also gives a sense the historic event with an interactive timeline showcasing its 120 year history and an archive of photography and videos. The site has a full-featured Content Management System that allows administrators to keep the site up to date, accept entries and manage stock control.

    A bespoke eCommerce platform with WorldPay integration, a comprehensive database that includes archived entries, a Content Management System for full editing capabilities, dynamic 'entries' photo gallery and multiple online registration forms.

    Built using HTML5, CSS, Javascript/jQuery/AJAX in PHP with a MySQL database.

    Client's reaction
    "Thanks to all those working tirelessly behind the scenes to make the VCR website a success! When we first met at our briefing meeting I instantly felt reassured that we had met a team of people who understood our objective, were creative enough to propose new ideas and new ways of working and had the same work ethic as us. Your initial designs met our brief head-on and were well received both internally at Goose and by our client. The timeframe from the concept to going live was very short and we had to work long hours and very hard to get it up and running. Your level of professionalism during this busy period remained constant as you were always willing to help and still think outside of the box rather than just getting the job done quickly. Your positive responses to my requests and general cheerful nature was very refreshing indeed. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend your services to my colleagues and I look forward to a working with you in the future."
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    Rebecca Lowman | Project Manager
    Goose Communications | Godalming, Surrey

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