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Oliver West & John Scott Architects

					Oliver West & John Scott Architects

Award winning conservation architects Oliver West & John Scott Architects Ltd. are based in the heart of the historic Bedford Park conservation area in Chiswick, London. For nearly 30 years they have been commissioned by church, domestic and corporate clients, who value elegant, innovative, yet sensit...

Integralvision Portfolio

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Organisational or Nonprofit websites are usually classified as either member serving or public. They can take many forms: Charities, Foundations, Trade Associations, etc. Integralvision has been responsible for developing projects for many Europe-wide organisations, including English Nature, The European Commission, The Barn Owl Trust, The Dartmoor National Park Authority and The Woodland Trust.

Dartmoor National Park Virtual Tours website

A third project for DNPA was the Dartmoor Virtual Tours website: a visual and oral presentation of personal memories from people who have lived on and loved Dartmoor. This multimedia website went on to win best website at the Southwest Media Innovation Awards.

in 2008 Integralvision was ask to install a "kiosk" version of this multimedia experience at the Dartmoor Visitors Centre at Haytor.

National Approved Premises Association

The National Approved Premises Association (NAPA) is a national voluntary organisation that acts as a consortium to bring together all voluntary and probation managed Approved Premises (formerly known as the National Association of Probation and Bail Hostels). This is in furtherance of the work they do in providing these community based residential facilities. NAPA has been involved in the support and development of approved residential provision for offenders since 1942, working in partnership with government and a wide range of organisations that are actively involved in the provision of approved residential premises.

Their new website was developed to support secure exchange of information between members and includes a documents downloads area. Most of the website is controlled by the client using a Content Management System (CMS).

Ashburton Town Official Web Site

Integralvision had always felt ashamed of the original town web site (our company started out based in Ashburton), so we jumped at the chance of developing a new one. Database driven, much of the site content is controlled by the Town Council and the local Tourist Office, with Intergalvision responsible for runing the business directory. We like to think it is now firmly part of the local community, with local events, local news, minutes of the Town Council meetings, a town map, a guide to local businesses and accommodation - the list of features goes on and on.

We have recently been commisioned by the town council to update the technology behind this site (it is ten years old after all) and expect to begin work on this shortly.