some of our recent clients
A leading international water and sanitation health (WASH) NGO based in The Hague. in 2014, SheShe rebuilt IRC’s entire digital offering from the ground up, with a complete refit of the entire system, architecture, visual design and user experience of their online projects, including the migration of tens of thousands of documents. In 2019 we have re-launched the visual design to ensure the website continues to meet business needs. We have created a number of custom projects for IRC over the last five years, and Sheila provides advice and technical guidance for this major global charity. Key deliverables: Rebuild websites (2014 and 2019) www.ircwash.org, content migration, creation and editing, Drupal platform implementation Ancillary projects including a private intranet, custom software, emailers, campaigns, task management systems, data input custom systems for public / private view and more.
The build of a new website and launch of the new brand for Mundipharma’s latest pharmaceutical release Penthrox, a hand-held inhaler containing an analgesic dose of methoxyflurane. Key deliverables: New branded website www.penthrox.eu and CMS (content management system). SEO strategy, technical, content and user experience (UX) support and maintenance.
SheShe produced an interactive tool that provides information on the shortlisted entrants, finalists and winners of the Royal Academy of Engineering Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation. You can sort the entrants by engineering category, country, year and UN Sustainable Development Goal in a beautiful, branded and easy to use way. This was an end-to-end build covering all aspects of production including integration to the existing live RAEng website. See: The Africa Prize Iteractive Map
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees needed a tool to use in the field for the costing of water and sanitation services. The product needed to be usable in urgent, short term and long term situations with varying parameters due to the many situations, countries, languages and data involved. We built an easy to use Data Visualisation Software product based on Excel to be used offline with nominal training.
The Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Hub wanted to rethink and rebuild their online offering. The member organisation wanted to make their information accessible to trustees, mentors, members and applicants and also be able to update content easily. We built a new Django framework using Wagtail CMS and incorporating a brilliant and engaging new design. See: enterprisehub.raeng.org.uk/
Healthwatch was a national independent champion for consumers and users of health and social care in England, now part of CQC. SheShe was the technical lead and provider on this project that included the rebuild and relaunch of the national website (plus CMS) then build and launch of 112 ancillary websites for local councils.
SheShe developed a mobile-first product to create and sustain an online community of practice website and data sharing project. UNESCO wanted to assist radio broadcasters in sub-Saharan Africa and needed a low-fi, sustainable solution to make this happen.
Sheila Urbanoski worked on four separate projects with LEGO over eight years 2009 – 2017, consulting on project delivery across global markets, CMS implementation, content transformation, targeted SEO and more.
A series of marketing, website, CMS and SEO projects for Starcom MediaVest, covering EMEA (Europe Middle East Asia) markets of the world’s largest spice and flavouring retailer McCormick USA.
DFE were implementing a complex, large-scale Digital Transformation programme with a new approach to project delivery. SheShe produced a lively, easy to understand 3D animation to help explain Agile project management as part of this programme.
Ladbrokes was behind the game in effective mobile integration with their traditional shop-based market. Sheila consulted as the Lead Mobile Project Manager overseeing the development and delivery for dozens of projects.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sports funded an innovative programme called Culture Online to assist arts organisations in getting impartial advice and guidance on all things digital. SheShe worked on five online arts projects that had a UK-wide impact.