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Below are the the projects we're the most proud of.
fingers & tongues
Feb 2014-Oct 2014
Paola used the crowdfunding site, Kickstarter, to raise funds to edit and print her book of short stories. Along the way, she learnt Audacity to record and edit voice, iMovie to make the campaign video, Sigil to create e-books and InDesign to create the cover and text files for printing.
Aug 2011-Mar 2012
As an information architect, Paola created a UX strategy to reduce unneccessary variation in the hotels.com user interface. She audited the web site to identify, categorise, reduce, name and document the user interface in order to improve the user experience and to speed up future design and development. more
In 2006 and 2007 we submitted ideas to the BBC Innovations Labs that were short-listed and eventually commissioned.
Frank developed RSScatcher, software to archive the BBC's RSS feeds in an XML database, and TweetStore, a publicly-available archive of the BBC's hundreds of Twitter feeds. more
Various OED-related projects @ OUP
Limitless & Limitless Innovations
OED Online prototype In March 1997, Oxford University Press (OUP) asked us to construct a "publisher's dummy", a web site to prototype possible features and functionality of an online version of the Oxford English Dictionary. The resulting scripted prototype was then taken by OUP to a series of focus group workshops at libraries across the US for market testing. more
Oxford English Dictionary marketing web site We developed the OED web site prior to the launch of OED Online. The site was to provide general information about the dictionary and promote the online version. more
General & technical consultancy We worked with OUP as general and technical advisers for the OED Online project; we provided both long-term advice and support to the development team, and helped OUP with a variety of design and deployment tasks during the design phase of the project. more
Oxford English Dictionary web site redesign In early 2003, Oxford University Press asked us to help reorganise, redesign and redevelop the public area of oed.com, the web site for the Oxford English Dictionary. more
Redesign of OED Online
Following the success of our 2003 redesign of the public pages at the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) web site, Oxford University Press (OUP) hired us to apply the design to
In addition, we created the web pages to accompany the Balderdash & Piffle series in 2006 and 2007.
In early 2006, we built an online racing magazine web site for Harbury Media Ltd. We used the Drupal content management system so that we could meet a tight deadline coinciding with a major racing event.
In 2009, we built the Stallion Statistics Database. It is based on race results, sales results and stallion nomination fee data from many sources. The data is imported, validated, standardised and inter-connected so that we can show a stallion's performance over time. more
Limitless's first project was to build the first online store for Sainsbury's, a major British retailer, and to do it from scratch in a matter of days. more
In 1995, Limitless got together with a marketing company and its design arm - Denison Design - to design and build BarclayNet - for Barclays Bank personal and business customers. more
Paola found an innovative way to generate coloured charts in Omnis at a time when no tools existed for creating graphical reports with Omnis. She also designed and built an ad-hoc reporting system using the Marketing Planning System using Omnis and Sybase. more
We provided a research report on UK ISPs to a public telecommunications company who wanted a list of recommended Internet service providers to consider for investment in the UK. We also designed and ran a web-based survery of ISPs in the UK and central Europe. more
Frank built a proof-of-concept for Cybersport to see if it was possible to have online shared participation in fitness and sporting events. He then designed a robust and efficient protocol for co-ordinating several rowing machines connected to PCs via dial-up access to the Internet. more
Frank was the technical lead to design and develop Hewlett-Packard's HP-41CV Emulator module for the HP 48. He also implemented core features such as the execution engine, the program and data parser and many of the lower-level functions that were critical to the product's performance and stability. more
Frank worked as a member of Hewlett-Packard's Professional Services Organisation, which provides consulting services to HP's major account customers.
He was a member of the Associate Programme operated by Hewlett-Packard's Professional Services Organisation, their consultancy service aimed at meeting the needs of their largest customers. more
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