CIE completed work on a new website for Jewish Care WA in January 2011. The site is not yet public hosting for the domain name must still be transferred from the existing supplier to CIE. The site uses a template developed from the ground up by CIE. It is based on a WordPress backend.
Jewish Care WA
Brisbane Progressive Jewish Congregation
Maccabia Carnival 2012
CIE is providing services for the 30th Maccabi Australia Junior Sports Carnival. We started by providing hosting for a site that was already developed using Apple’s iWeb 3.0.2. The mix between unix hosting and iWeb system created a need for additional support, which we provided. To make it easier to update the blog, we manually recreated a template that mixed a WordPress install with elements of the iWeb system. This created a blog that can be updated in WordPress, yet blends seamlessly with the rest of the iWeb created site, and even uses iWeb generated code for the menu and other header elements.
Hineni Youth and Welfare
In 2010 CIE started a process of providing Hineni Youth and Welfare with a new website. The site is at http://www.hineni.org.au supports Hineni nationally with sections for each of the Hineni branches.
Union of Progressive Judaism
In 2010 the CIE team “refreshed” the website for the union of progressive Judaism, http://www.upj.org.au. This work included making the front page more modern, dynamic, and functional. Changes were also made to other sections of the site. The project was undertaken with an estimate cost that formed the budget, and then billed according to hours worked. A very smooth process with a high level of cooperation from the UPJ staff result in this project being completed significantly under budget, saving UPJ money. CIE also integrated an advanced e-mail marketing system which UPJ now uses to regularly contact their members.
Hashy gets new website
CIE have set up the infrastructure for a new website for Hashomer Hatzair. The site runs on a wordpress blog with customized templates and is hosted on the CIE servers. The new site will allow Hashy to update the content on their site themselves, inlcuding the hosting of pictures and videos from events.? The site’s content will be updated by the movement starting in early 2010, and can be seen at http://www.hashy.org.au
The new site was create by CIE within one day and is provided to Hashy free of charge under the CIE agreement for small community sites. CIE can also offer free advise for larger sites, and in some cases may be able to undertake some or all of the development work at not-for-promit prices.
CIE wishes Hashy every success with their new site and look forward to working with them during 2010.