Dominic Smith ⇓

Website development

This page contains details of websites that I have designed for other organisations.

Screenshot of the RSGB IOTA website is the official website of the popular Islands on the Air award, administered for over three thousand radio amateurs around the world by the Radio Society of Great Britain. Until the launch of this website in June 2007, the award scheme (which has been running for over forty years) was run on some old DOS software written in the early 1980s in Delphi and pieces of paper.

The design criteria called for a site which understood the many complex rules of the IOTA programme, (not least of which was a large database of every valid island in the world), which users could log into to administer their own scores, whilst still protecting the integrity of the scheme which had been built up through being run by a small group of very knowledgable individuals.

Though the site has only been launched for a few weeks, typically there are just under 5000 page impressions per day, and there are already 1000 registered users.

University of Birmingham — Postgraduate and Mature Students' Association

Screenshot of the PMSA website

The website of the University of Birmingham Postgraduate and Mature Students' Association is designed to be easily updated by any committee member, whilst keeping an attractive and easy-to-read design.

Screenshot of the CDXC website

The UK's premier club for promoting long-distance amateur radio, CDXC wanted a website with a clear design, easy to navigate, providing extra dynamic features for their members when logged-in.

Screenshot of the GB200T website was set up to promote a special event radio station running from the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London, to celebrate the bicentennary of the Battle of Trafalgar in October 2005. The station was operated by the Cray Valley Radio Society.

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I am Dominic Smith and this is my personal website.
I am a radio amateur, Agile project manager and website developer living in Cambridge.   More about me »