Every year Millward Brown produce a microsite to showcase their findings on a global survey, which comprises of text, video, images and graphs. We were tasked with producing a responsive site to showcase these findings.
Though not a requirement from Millward Brown, we used Umbraco to manage the vast quantity of data from 47 markets. By using a CMS, our project managers were able to manage the inevitable content updates from the client, thus freeing up the developers to do what they do best, develop.
My role was to set up Umbraco and create a content hierarchy for our producer to enter the data, and create a json file using Razor scripting for the website to consume.
I also produced some of the graphs and sections, bug fixes, responsive work and new functionality in conjunction with another FED colleague on this project.
Other responsibilities included setting up the site on our QA and staging servers, TeamCity builds and GIT repository.
|Features:||Umbraco driven back-end, Angular, Charting engine|