Atuatanga is a project resulting in a range of publications, a ‘manual’, printed and digital, illustrated books, website and videos. Māori culture emerged from interactions with the atua so this resource could be used as a foundation from which to branch off into learning te reo, history or many other subjects that are important to the culture.
Cloud based register database with extensive search, filtering and export functions. Entries are possible directly through online forms at several places on the web. The application can be used on mobile devices through dedicated apps. Several statistical data can be extracted and viewed in tables and graphs.
I designed, coded and populated the database and provided training to the database moderators.
A large collection of Māori based information; stories and publications on topics such as environment, history and significant places. All focussed on primary and secondary education for both teachers and students in the Wairarapa. I created a platform to make the very different types of resources accessible and easy to find.
Newly established Cosmetic Clinic in the heart of Wellington for which I created an extensive website in addition to the logo and branding. The responsive website features an integrated booking system, a detailed price list, facebook feed and lots of treatment info pages.
In addition to the published hardcopy of all the collated evidence for a settlement claim, I created this web framework where all content is organised in a search and browse friendly structure, integrated in the post settlement trust’s website. Accessible from a computer or mobile device each piece of content can be searched, viewed and downloaded.
This event had the theme ‘get involved and who knows’. I created all the photography, posters, ads, e-news, social media, leaflets etc.