News: Rawnet Jobs, Votes and Web Projects Completed

- March 7, 2010 - by , in DPM News, with no comments -

So as a blogger, when you hit a bad patch, aka playing way too much FIFA10, and don’t seem to be able to find the time to write a post you can always resort to writing a news update, so here it is, find out what’s been going on in my world of Rawnet work.

… and trust me, while you’re reading this I’m working on a more traditional web project management article that will undoubtedly include some sweet Star Wars references.

Williams F1 website praised in Times Online

Last week Rawnet’s Williams F1 website was voted 2nd out of the Five Best Formula One Websites by the Times Online.

A screenshot of the Williams F1 website homepage

I don’t like F1 but I love sexy F1 websites

Massive congratulations to all those who worked on the site. I have to say having sneaky peeks in the office right now of the 2010 Williams re-design, I reckon it’ll be 1st place next time round! Read the Times Online article »

Work with me and lose at FIFA 10

Due to a consistent growth in business Rawnet are looking to fill several new positions, so let me ask you:

  • Are you a Web Project Manager or RoR developer?
  • Want to work in stunning converted gothic mansion?
  • Want to sit on an Aeron chair while sipping Costa coffee?
  • Want to lose at FIFA 10 so much you go home crying?
A photograph of the New Lodge Rawnet Offices in Berkshire

The Rawnet office: Where Xbox champions are made

If the answers to any of these are yes, then head on over to the Rawnet website to read about the Web Project Manager role and apply, or the Rawnet tech site for the Ruby on Rails position.

New Rawnet site imminent

The brand new Rawnet website is now in its final stages of development and will be launched very soon and all I can tell you right now is that it’s looking sexual!

Follow Rawnet on Twitter if you want to know the minute it’s live.

A screenshot of the Rawnet Facebook Recent Websites fan page

Pokeeee! LOLZ

But if you want see some of the latest sites we’re designing then check out the Rawnet Facebook Page. Go on, don’t be boring!

Web projects completed

Here’s a little taster of the projects I’ve delivered in the last few months. If you want to see other projects I’ve launched then check out my Projects page (after this post of course)

Go Ape U.S.

A screenshot of the Go Ape US homepage

I don’t like heights either hmmm

With Rawnet designing and delivering the original Go Ape UK website several years ago, I took over the account at the end of last year and one of the first jobs was to deliver the U.S. version. Visit the Go Ape U.S. website »

Go Ape Intranet

A screenshot of the Go Ape Intranet 404 page

OMG – LOLZ – 404Z

One of the biggest web application projects I’ve managed. The goal was to develop an Intranet that would replace the e-mail and MS Excel processes being used by the company nationwide.

All departments now use the Intranet on a daily basis, from filling in daily reports at Go Ape sites around the UK, ordering new stock with warehouse inventory management, to creating and maintaining the company’s document repository – a massive project but one I’m pleased to say the client loves and I’m proud of for a whole load of reasons, including the 404 page which of course no one ever sees ;-)

Take a peek at the PCs in huts if you ever visit Go Ape and see if you can see them using their Intranet – I did that *sniggers* with the help of the Rawnet team naturally!

Folens

A screenshot of the Folens homepage

The Twitter bird looks positively disturbed

The goal of this project was to re-design and provide all front-end development for this leading educational books supplier in the U.K. I’m happy to say most of the design and code we delivered has been used! If you see any problems or dodgy design, it wasn’t us!
Visit the Folens website »

Portico

A screenshot of the Portico homepage

They have badges like that at McDonalds too

No web design this time round, just tasked to manage delivery of the front-end templates and back-end CMS code development. Visit the Portico website »

That’s all folks, stay frosty.

Related reading:

Leave

- Your Comment -