New Website for Queen Mary University of London Published
We’re very happy to announce the completion of a new WordPress application for Queen Mary University of London and their partners at The University of Warwick, The University of the West of England and UK Research and Innovation. buyingsocialjustice.org.uk examines the use of procurement to advance employment equality in the UK construction industry and we’re delighted to be able to help showcase this important project.
The site further illustrates our ability to create sleek, modern, responsive web applications both for showcasing archival materials and, as in this case, broader subject areas and our ability to work with the latest developments to the WordPress CMS such as its REST API, to provide practical technological solutions and get an organisation’s message out in the public domain.
Working with Joyce and Tessa has been a genuine pleasure and we’re thrilled that we’ve been able to provide an application that they’re happy with and proud of.
“Max Communications has created a really attractive and professional-looking website for our project on researching social procurement and equality Buying Social Justice. The simple, clear design captures what we want the website to do and feedback from visitors so far has all been very positive!”Professor Tessa Wright, Principal Investigator.
“It has been a delight working with Stef from Max Communications on our Buying Social Justice project website. He has always been willing to go the extra mile to fine tune the design. Thanks to him and to the rest of the team at Max Communications we have a site that we are really proud of.“Dr Joyce Mamode, Project Researcher
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