Itomic's Drupal Portfolio
The Practising Tax website aims to provide practical and useful tax information and training to accountants and tax agents. The site sells subscriptions to access these tax resources online so that tax professionals can spend less time researching (or worse - guessing!) and more time doing.
The Flawless Foods website is a fully fledged e-commerce store built on Drupal commerce. They offer a range of health food products each with their own fun and unique personality. The site also provides a range of healthy recipes that users can vote on, save as a favourite recipe or share with their friends.
The Magistrates Court of Victoria website aims to provide accurate and correct information to people involved in matters dealt with by the Magistrates Court. Once of the main aims of the website is to reduce the workload of over the counter staff by providing the forms, applications and information associated with having matters dealt with before the court. The website is divided into several main sections, based upon the areas of law dealt with by the court. Each of these sections is easily accessible via the main navigation menu as well as through the navigation panel in the body of the homepage.
Content creation is managed using a publishing/workflow model that allows for multiple authors within each section. Each author may create content, which is then approved by a section publisher. Relationships between pages and also to forms and other documents are defined via link groups, which allows a user to define a set of links once and then associate this link group to any page within the site
The VCAT website is the first point of call for parties wishing to resolve disputes. It provides general information on the different types of disputes that VCAT can hear, as well as specific information on procedures and processes used to resolve particular types of dispute. The website is divided into separate sections (dispute lists), based upon the types of disputes handled by VCAT. These sections are easily accessible using the simple and clean navigation system. Alternatively, users are able to enter in words or phrases associated with their dispute and the site suggests which dispute list is the most appropriate to look in.
Content creation in each section is controlled by a workflow and publishing model which allows multiple authors to publish pages, which are reviewed by a section publisher before appearing on the public facing site. Content authors are also able to define links between pages on the site and define lists of forms and guides that may be relevant to certain sections or pages within sections.
The Manningham Community directory was developed as a resource for organisation/social groups within the Manningham City Council area, enabling them to communicate with interested people and promote upcoming activities and events. The site features an intuitive navigation system implemented using mega menus, which allows users to quickly find community groups or events in their particular area of interest, as well as a search function powered by apache Solr which allows users to search for organisation/social groups via category,search or alphabet letter
Better Beginnings has been developed by the State Library of Western Australia as a family literacy program that supports parents as their children’s first teacher. It works through strong partnerships with public libraries, local governments, health professionals and schools to build awareness in the whole community of the value of reading and sharing stories with young children from birth encouraging and supporting parents in sharing books and activities that foster language and a love of reading with their young children; and promoting the vital role of public libraries as community hubs that provide ongoing support to parents and caregivers in giving their children a love of reading.
Worldwide are a national network of over 50 design and print centres providing high quality print and graphic design services. This site gives visitors the opportunity to chose from a range of services, including on demand print and large format printing, allowing them find their nearest centre, request a quote and upload artwork.
The Cooperative Research Centre for Remote Economic Participation (CRC-REP) is focused on delivering solutions to the economic disadvantage that affects remote Australia. A partnership organisation of more than 50 members including the Australian Government and four state and territory governments, numerous non-government organisations, universities and other research providers, private businesses and industries from mining, pastoralism and tourism.
National and State Libraries Australasia (NSLA) brings together the national libraries of Australia and New Zealand and the State and Territory libraries of Australia allowing them to work collaboratively on projects to strengthen the information infrastructure in Australia and New Zealand.
You’ll find the whole of the Wheatbelt in this website.
Whether you’re thinking of living and working here, conducting business or travelling through....Heartlands WA promotes opportunities, employment prospects, infrastructure benefits, community connectedness, lifestyle choices, land package varieties, business and industry developmental possibilities, social service facilities including education and health, tourism and a vast array of products, services, events, festivals, food and wine.
The Wheatbelt Development Commission is a statutory authority charged with the role of implementing the State’s Regional Development Policy and aims to maximize sustainable economic growth for the region.
Jobs Australia is the peak body for nonprofit organisations that assist unemployed people to get and keep jobs. The network helps members to make the most effective use of their resources and promotes the needs of unemployed people for the services and support that will help them to participate fully in society.
The Sentencing Advisory Council is an independent statutory body established in 2004 under amendments to the Sentencing Act 1991. The Council's mission is to bridge the gap between the community, the courts and government by informing, educating and advising on sentencing issues.
The Australian Feral Camel Management Project addresses the urgent need to significantly reduce feral camel densities to lessen their impacts in remote Australia on biodiversity, wetlands, waterholes and sites of cultural value to Aboriginal people, infrastructure (fences, houses, cars) and personal safety.
EESA is a national society established to advance interests in electric energy. The key objective of EESA is to provide a continuous professional development program to members of the Society who have an interest in the field of electric energy.
EESA's website was previously built on an archaic CMS which had strong but complicated workflow features. Itomic were asked to apply the workflow features to another part of the website, but found that rebuilding the site in Drupal, and using Drupal's Workflow module, was much better value.
Syn provides training and opportunities to secondary school and tertiary students to broadcast live programs on their radio and TV channels.
Along with resources for students and teachers and an up to the moment broadcast guide, Syn.org.au is a place where students can enter competitions, discuss new ideas and comment on others' programming.
The State Library of Victoria's "Inside A Dog" website is the place to find great reads and share your thoughts via reviews, blogs and book clubs. Read about an author’s process with a new guest 'Writer in Residence' each month, create your own reader profile or discuss the latest news in youth literature.
The APodC:CPD website provides access to continuing professional development and educational activities that meet Podiatry Board Australia’s (PBA) guidelines, and also of the Accredited Podiatrist Program. The website allows members to purchase activities (many of which are free) and record their completion in an e-portfolio.
This drupal implementation by Itomic involved quite a lot of custom module development to meet the APodC's requirements for recording, tracking and reporting member interactions with the website.
A collaborative effort between the Department of Health Western Australia (DOHWA), the University of Western Australia (UWA), the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research (TICHR) and Curtin University, the WA Data Linkage System was established in 1995 to connect all available health and related information for the WA population. This information is used for ethically approved research, planning and evaluation projects which aim to improve the health of Western Australians.
Craig Mostyn Group is one of Australia's leading diversified food and agribusiness companies servicing customers and suppliers both domestically and overseas.
Itomic worked closely with the Craig Mostyn Group, to produce their company's website, which contains information, from their products & services, as well as news, photo gallery, etc.
Imdex is an ASX listed company, which provides quality drilling fluids and leading down hole instrumentation to the mining, oil and gas, water well, and civil engineering industries worldwide. The Company has a presence in all significant mining and exploration regions, and has a global profile and resources to position it for extended future growth.
Itomic worked closely with the Imdex IT department to build a groups based, Intranet facility for internal discussions, material, and document sharing. The project was particully interesting, as all user authentication and profile data is sourced from an LDAP server.
You can see a screenshot of the Intranet by clicking the logo image to the right.
Jobs Australia’s Blanket Cover Program meets the needs of nonprofits operating in the community sector by providing access to an insurance solution that not only protects your organisation’s valuable resources, but also your public reputation and accountability.
In 1861, Burke and Wills buried their last messages under a tree marked ‘DIG’. Now those messages and the rest of their story can be found on this website; 'Dig - The Burke & Wills Research Gateway'.
The Associated and Catholic Colleges of WA was established in 1937 and is one of the largest independent school sporting associations in Australia. The aim of the Association is to promote the ideals of Christian education among the students attending member schools by encouraging mutual respect and acceptance through the provision of sporting, social and recreational activities.
Like any society, Indigenous Australians have always valued education as a vital element in social cohesion and societal development. This website describes the work that these schools do, the projects they share, their success stories, and the conditions in which they operate.
Itomic designed and built the look and feel of VPS Hub, the Victorian Government Intranet site created as part of the VPS Innovation Action Plan. The intranet can be used by Victorian public servants across all Departments to share information and discuss State related topics.
The site uses a number of advanced Drupal modules including Organic Groups, Panels, Exposed Views, and more. Itomic worked in collaboration with the Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development (DIIRD) and Collabforge to complete the project to a very tight deadline.
Sinclair Consulting is a corporate communications consultancy with a reputation for evidence-based, innovative services, informed by international best practice. Sinclair Consulting is based in Perth, Western Australia, but provides services across Australia as well as internationally.
Quarterly Essay is an Australian journal of politics and culture, based in Melbourne, Australia. They have won many literary awards and include authors such as Tim Flannery, Don Watson, Robyn Davidson, Robert Manne, Germaine Greer, Annabel Crabb and David Marr. The website is a database of information about their articles, authors, news and events. It is a multisite installation with Black Inc Books, which keeps maintenance costs down.
Black Inc Publishing is a small publisher based in Melbourne. They publish books, and essays for some of Australia's finest writers and poets including Les Murray, Alice Pung, Simon Leys, Nicolas Rothwell and Amanda Lohrey. Their website consists of a relational database of books and authors as well as events, news and videos.
Rottnest is a small island, 20 KM's west of Perth, Western Australia. Every year, swimmers from around the world participate in a swimming event from Perth to Rottnest. The Rottnest Channel Swim Association website provides all the news, photos, and even information supporting the event.