Recent Projects

WJP Media and it's founder Warren Palmer has been creating web applications for household names since 1997. That's the dawn of the internet. Below are a few of our recent projects.

 

Havas Digital Factory

August 2017 - Paris, Rennes, France
Paris, France based digital agency Havas required an Umbraco 7.6 build for a major French media company. The site was built in Umbraco 7.6 using Visual Studio2015, Github, Trello and Jira. The site consisted mainly of 'Grid Layouts' with extra MVC partial views and surface controllers.

 

Mediaworks UK

July 2017 - Newcastle Upon Tyne, Uk
Gateshead UK, based digital agency Mediaworks, required a new Umbraco 7.6 build for a leading utilities company. The site was built using Umbraco 7.6, Visual Studio 2015, Github and Slack. All the code was MVC, with 'surface controllers', 'helpers' and 'partial views'.

 

Digital Garden

June 2017 - Nantes, France
Nantes based digital agency required updates to an older Umbraco 4.11 website. The French marketing website was updated using Visual Studio 2015 and Umbraco.

 Bois.com

CAB Studios

April 2017 - May 2017
Developer for an Umbraco 7.5 CMS Cloud system. Alcester based digital agency 'CAB Studios' required an Umbraco 7 Cloud website as a ‘baseline’ for a group of sites targeting the leisure industry. The site was created in Umbraco 7.5 Cloud using Visual Studio 2015 locally, but Umbraco Cloud as the development site . All the code was MVC, with 'surface controllers', 'helpers' and 'partial views'. Umbraco forms was used to create a series of booking and registration forms. The Umbraco Cloud site includes 'custom grid layouts'. Online project messaging service 'Slack' was used extensively to track the work carried out. The site went to UAT on May 18th.

CAB Studios Umbraco Cloud hotel site 

 

Clarity

Jan 2017 - March 2017 Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes based digital agency 'Clarity' required an Umbraco 7 website for their client, a large multi-national. The site was created in Umbraco 7.5 using Visual Studio 2015 and BitBucket. All the code is MVC, with 'surface controllers', 'helpers' and 'partial views'. This complex site includes 'custom grid layouts'. Online project messaging service 'Slack' was used extensively to track the work carried out. The site went live on March 27th.

Interdirect

June 2016 - Present  Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes based digital agency 'Interdirect' required an Umbraco 7 website for their client 'Telford & Shropshire'. The site was created in Umbraco 7.4 using Visual Studio 2015 and VS Team Server. All the code is MVC, with 'surface controllers' and 'partial views'. This complex site includes an area where hotels and venues can create their own listings. This required the creation of a series of MVC forms and controllers, which dynamically create new 'content nodes' in Umbraco.  Additional information can be added to these listings when an annual fee is paid, which required extra workflow and MVC forms.

Telford and Shropshire Umbraco 7 website

 

The Escape

May 2016 - June 2016 Basingstoke
Basingstoke based digital agency 'The Escape' required their designs for a global website to be translated into an Umbraco 7 website. Using their PDF designs as visuals, online HTML editor 'Weblfow' was used to create CSS responsive template. The MVC Umbraco site was created in Visual Studio 2015 and VS Team Server.  The site went live in June.

Intana Global for digital agency 'The Escape'

 

Moore Wilson

February 2016 - May 2016 Salisbury
Moore Wilson is a Central London & Salisbury Digital Agency specialising in Umbraco & Drupal development. Their work is to an exacting standard, all being MVC -'code first', using Umbraco 7. Consequently, all the projects were carried out using Visual Studio 2015.  All the code was MVC, creating 'surface controllers' and 'API Controllers'. 'Github' was used extensively for source control. There was also a lot of updates requiring responsive CSS changes.The work was carried out in Visual Studio 2015 using full MVC and Umbraco 7. Daily code updates were made to GitHub.

Peabody Developments

The Cogworks

January 2016 - February 2016. Central London
Developer for an Umbraco7  CMS system for 'Finish Dishwashing'. The Cogworks is a Central London Digital Agency specialising in Umbraco development. Their work is to an exacting standard, all being MVC -'code first', using Umbraco 7. Consequently, all the projects were carried out using Visual Studio 2015.  All the code was MVC, creating 'surface controllers' and 'API Controllers' connecting to remote web-services. The work was carried out in Visual Studio 2015 using full MVC and Umbraco 7. Daily code updates were made to the team server using BitBucket.

 Finish Dishwashing

Bit10
October  2015 – January 2016. Coventry

Umbraco developer for a series of projects. Bit 10 is a Digital Agency specialising in Umbraco development. Their work is to an exacting standard, all being MVC -'code first', using Umbraco 7. Consequently all the projects were carried out using Visual Studio 2015 connected to Visual Studio Online.  All the code was MVC, creating 'surface controllers' and 'API Controllers' connecting to remote web-services.

Bit10 - QA Apprenticeships

 

Fireworx Creative - ACE
July 2015 – October 2015. Bournemouth

Umbraco developer for a contact website for senior CEO's and executives. With Social Networking, a 'responsive layout'​ and back-end data.
Working alongside a front-end developer the site has been created in Umbracao 7. I worked remotely on this project.
The work was carried out in Visual Studio 2014 using 'Partial Views'​ to create 'macros' for Umbraco.

Academy of Chief Executives

 

The Purple Agency - British Dressage
October 2012 – July 2015 (2 years 10 months)Basingstoke

British Dressage required a new 'all singing' website, with Social Networking, a 'responsive layout', E-Commerce and a webservice connection to the client's remote CRM. This site has everything including the kitchen sink.
Working alongside a front-end developer I have created the site in Umbraco 6.1. I worked independently on this project and largely remotely.
The work was carried out in Visual Studio 2012/14 using both .Net user controls and Razor to create 'macros' for Umbraco.

British Dressage

 

Direct Line Rewards

May 2012 – July 2012
Direct Line insurance had created a 'rewards scheme' website with a Responsive layout. There were various MVC 'backend' issues which needed resolving after the departure of the original development team. I worked independently on this project and largely remotely.
The work was carried out in Visual Studio 2013 using MVC, XSLT and Razor to create 'macros' for Umbraco.

Direct Line Rewards


Harrods
April 2012 – August 2012 (5 months)Brompton Road Knightsbridge
Harrods required a new Blog to go with their new ecommerce site.After being given a brief and a few visuals I've completed the work entirely in Umbraco 4.72. I worked independently on this project.

The work was carried out in Visual Studio 2010 using both XSLT and Razor to create 'macros' for Umbraco.
The project required a high level of social networking and user interaction. Hence there was a lot of Jquery code written into the Umbraco Razor code.
The project was completed in August 2012.

Harrods Blogs

 

Iris Worldwide - Wonderbra
March 2012 – April 2012 (2 months)Central London

Developer for an Umbraco CMS system

Iris Worldwide were short of resources to complete the new Wonderbra 'Shock absorbers' website. I completed the coding of this new leading brand website using Umbraco 4.7
The work was carried out in Visual Studio 2010 using both XSLT and Razor to create 'macros' for Umbraco.

Working alongside a front-end developer, a web designer and project manager, I was responsible for the complex back-end Umbraco code.

The project was completed at Easter 2012.

 

 

Headscape
January 2012 – March 2012 (3 months)Romsey, Hampshire

Developer for an Umbraco CMS system.

Headscape is a web development company, based near Romsey in Hampshire.

I developed an Umbraco based content management site for a particular client of Headscape. The site was based on Umbraco 4.7 and utilised both XSLT and Razor.
As Umbraco 5 had been released in the middle of this project, it was decided to migrate the project to Umbraco 5. This entailed a change from the XSLT/web forms infrastructure of Umbraco 4.7 to the MVC infrastructure of Umbraco 5.

I also helped bug fix other server-side issues on other projects for Headscape.

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