A bespoke CMS retro-fitted to an existing static site.
A clean and intuitive interface helps non-technical staff can keep the website updated.Keeping the public informed about major civil engineering works in the local area requires a vast amount of information to be published and be reliable navigated.
The original Croxley Rail Link website was built without any content management interface, meaning team members could not easily maintain or update the vast amount of information about the major infrastructure construction project, including the proceeds of the extensive public enquiry.
We were approached by Arup, a global engineering consultancy, to retro-fit a content management system to allow easy maintenance - but without altering the existing website design.
The Content Management System (CMS) we built to administer the public-facing website provides team members with a clean and intuitive interface that requires no technical knowledge or training but retains enough power and flexibility to keep the website fresh and pertinent. Key features include:
The website is now much easier to keep up to date. This is especially important as building work on project progresses.