Quality & Innovation


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Ducks unlimited

This site seeks to inform enthusiastic conservation-minded individuals and groups about wetlands and waterfowl and related subjects.
An active membership contributes copy for a monthly magazine which is accessible through a blog and various ecological initiatives are showcased.

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The FRRA wanted to present themselves as champions of community activism and provide members with an ongoing set of project updates.
The site provides material pointed to from within periodic newsletters which drive site use.

Projects are updated as new developments come to hand

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Lavender Cottage

A colonial settler cottage on the main street of Greytown, Lavender Cottage relies mostly on international booking sites for custom.

The site will be developed to provide visitors with a walk-through experience so they can make more informed booking decisions.

The theme is very visual with lists of facilities both on the property and surrounding it.
It is intended to expand the information to include more about the environs and activities available.

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Martinborough Fair

The main users of this site are returning and potential stall holders.
Applicants register on the site and gain access to a comprehensive stall application form and booking system built around Breezing Forms, MySQL and MS Access data systems.
For the rest of the year, the site seeks to inform these people as much as possible about how to apply, what to expect and why they should patronise this fair rather than the many other competing events.

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Lakeside Estate

A developer presents a block of land as a premiere location for country living. 
This site is built on a shoestring budget but provides a contact form which collates and delivers site enquiries to multiple stakeholders.

It is one of the primary portals for access to the development.

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Rotary Club site

This very active Rotary Club runs projects which provide significant regular funding for South Wairarapa and international projects.
The site showcases the areas the club supports such as youth, the community, the environment and emergency response.
Users should be able to find out if they qualify for funding or Rotary-sponsored courses and initiatives and be able to apply for them.

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