The Bubble Box

The Bubble Box Website Launched

Bubble Box is a creative arts website dedicated to music activities for babies. The activities are available in Sessions of streaming videos. CellBubble provided all digital content production and web development for the project and will also manage ongoing digital marketing focused on content and SMM.

Creator and Presenter Sarah explains her passion “to take music into every home, to be shared with every young baby in order to set solid developmental foundations for children to reach their creative and learning potential in childhood and beyond.”

We soft launched the site the other day, We’ve got a lot more content production to do!

Bright Health Training

Bright Health Training – Online Training Website

We launched the Bright Health Training Website, complete with our first course.

I’ve been producing all of the digital content for this project and also I’ve been looking after the website development. The site provides online training modules featuring videos and other multimedia, specifically for Remedial Massage Therapists. The first training course has been launched with follow up courses in production now.

New ToneRack Website Launched

I recently completed a long overdue redevelopment of the ToneRack website. Take a click over to www.tonerack.com and check it out.

On the site you can now:

  • Preview sounds from all 3 ToneRack Apps in the new html5 Souncloud.com audio player.
  • Check out an updated FAQ section
  • Read all about mobile audio in the Mobile Device Audio Blog.
QUT

QUT Research Program Web Development

The Pink Women’s Wellness Research Program is being run by the School of Nursing and Midwifery at QUT, Brisbane, Australia. The journal program encourages positive eating, exercise and empowering habits for women who are recovering from breast cancer treatment.

A traditional ‘hard copy’ pilot program has been conducted and now the 12 week program is being transferred to an interactive web based version. I’ve been working closely with the research division of the faculty to develop the website. Due for completion in 2012 the website will capture a large amount of participant data for research analysis focusing on menopausal symptoms. Further it will act as a motivational tool for participants through a range of tools including real time progress graphs and social networking.