Crisis wanted to add some new features to their private renting sector website, which we designed (originally for the London Housing Foundation) and continue to support to this day. Our user experience consultant explored their goals.
The Atlas of Services for Homeless People in London is a major survey that maps and compiles data on the 177 agencies providing services for homeless people in London, from day centres and direct access hostels through to advice services.
Our latest project for Triangle Consulting is the Star Online, a multi-featured web application that allows workers to complete any of the published Stars on-screen with a service user, using an engaging interface comprising the familiar Star graphics, while capturing data at the same time - thus removing a secondary data entry stage.
Website development for Alopecia UK, a national charity supporting people with alopecia in the UK.
Working with filmmaker Bea Brennan, Jellymould has just completed a video for Off the Streets and into Work, a small agency working with homeless people in London and Newcastle.
Developing the Outcomes Star style, tone and resources with Triangle Consulting.
The Sheila McKechnie Foundation (SMK) asked Jellymould to help them improve their website’s appearance and the content management system that supported it.
Gary Hoyte Consulting was our first website development client. We produced Gary’s website in 2001 and in 2009 we launched a new version using Squarespace, an affordable web-based site building system, with lots of features and a user-friendly content management system.
As new Outcomes Stars are published, a single home is needed to ensure all of them are easy to access. Triangle Consulting commissioned Jellymould to produce an Outcomes Star website to house the increasing number of Stars they have devised.