Osteology recording systemThis is a web application built for Oxford Archaeology. It lets their Burials department employees record skeleton data either on their PC or on hand held devices. It records from general skeleton information to very detailed ancestry, sexing, age determination, metric and non metric traits, pathology information, bone inventory and even detailed information […]
Time recording systemIt is a web application to be used by all employees for recording time spent on certain projects during their work week. It helps project managers to assess how much time has been put into their projects, who worked for their managed project, on what task and for how long, on which days and […]
gasitorii.ro is a simple WordPress one page presentation website with custom template developed in such a way that photos and text can easily be managed for each section from the back end.
Eliaswimwear is an online bilingual swimwear shop in Romanian and English. It’s built on WordPress with WooCommerce featuring instagram photo gallery, full page sliders, newsletter and facebook messenger chat directly from website.
The Pottery Kilns of Roman Britain by Vivien SwanTo honour the achievements of Vivien, the Study Group for Roman Pottery has initiated this project to digitise Vivien’s gazetteer with the aim of enhancing this data.Stage one was the scanning and digitisation of the microfiche gazetteer and its mapping with a web interface for the large […]
Past People of Oxfordshire project joined academics from the School of Archaeology of Oxford University with major stakeholders in the non-academic archaeological sector, namely Oxford Archaeology, government planning archaeologists of the Oxford City and Oxfordshire County Councils, and museum curators, to draw together data on previously excavated burials in Oxfordshire into a single database. The Past […]
newroco has been working for many Oxford Archaeology projects and as a company with web development at its core, it was highly expected to deliver a high quality website.Oxford Archaeology’s web editors are used to Joomla! CMS so the website was built with Joomla!A custom template, with different theme for front page, news, projects and […]
Digital recording systemThis is a private project, a private progressive web application developed for OxfordArchaeology to record on site data on hand-held devices so they remove the need to use pen and paper and then waste time by copying the data from paper to digital database in the office. The biggest challenge is that archaeological […]