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On top of that, the system needed to provide information as to what extent predefined EU indicators were being met by implementation of the program. FormsFlow.net is a generic workflow management system that caters to the requirements of GOAL's DCYP, but is flexible enough to be used in a host of other situations. I used a host of external tools to build the environment. + Bootstrap, from Twitter, as the basis for the visual interface. + FormHandler to, well, dynamically handle forms. + GeLS, from NotOneBit, to handle user registration. + jQuery for scripting goodness. + Sebastian Tschan's BlueImp file uploader. + Chosen, to make forms prettier. + Fancybox, for nice lightboxes. + A CSS parent selector by Kasper Mikiewicz. + A nice drag and drop library by Denis Howlett. + Sisyphus, by Alexander Kaupanin, to cache forms locally. + Springy, by Dennis Hotson to create pretty graphs. 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All, except the Twitter icon, which was based on work by Jon Knox. If you want an icon added to the set, you can order it through my gig at Fiverr for the low, low price of 5 bucks. After creation of the icon, it will be added to the set. 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[iOrder] => 6 [iActive] => 1 [tType] => article [tTemplateName] => sparse [iFeatured] => 0 [iPrimary] => 1 ) ) [flickrTag] => bf:blogitem=5247 ) [5134] => Array ( [iID] => 5134 [tTitle] => GlobalHealth.ie [tSlug] => globalhealth-ie [iTime] => 1300143600 [iUpdate] => 1516112007 [tDescription] => The aim of the Irish Forum for Global Health is to contribute to improvement in the health of individuals and populations globally by creating networks that will promote research and education and advocate for investment in global health. The website they had was rather old skool, and something more up-to-date was required. Help was had: + The design is based on work by Styleshout. + The system uses Smarty, jQuery, Flickr, tinygeocoder, captchas.net, Magpie RSS, phpFlickr and diigo. + Scripts used include a tokenizer from loopj.com, a PHP input filter by Daniel Morris, a validator class by kreoton, some PHP code for printing calendars and a multidemensional array sorter from firsttube.com. + Quotations are sourced from And I Quote.org. 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[iOrder] => 6 [iActive] => 1 [tType] => article [tTemplateName] => sparse [iFeatured] => 0 [iPrimary] => 1 ) ) [flickrTag] => bf:blogitem=5134 ) [5123] => Array ( [iID] => 5123 [tTitle] => Uganda Radio Network [tSlug] => uganda-radio-network [iTime] => 1299884400 [iUpdate] => 1516112656 [tDescription] => Uganda Radio Network, URN, is a subscription-based independent news agency in Uganda. News is distributed through an online article management system and having operated for half a dozen years, in early 2010, due to circumstances, they had to move away from their tried and trusted system to a locally created one. Though serviceable, this system lacked a number of features and URN asked for a grant to have a proper article management system for them developed. Twaweza answered that call, hired me and the rest is history. Predominantly, URN's clients are radio stations from all over Uganda. The news distributed often includes audio files which can be used by these radio stations alongside the news items. In the past, all news was only available to paying subscribers. However, from now on, all news becomes public after seven days, with the news younger than seven days being partially available to the public as well. The expectation is that the library of over 30000 articles will quickly generate a significant number of eyeballs and, perhaps, additional income through advertising. The biggest challenge for building the URN website was not so much creating the article management system, but consolidating the content from the two previous systems into one, both having been designed along very different lines. Specifically because the most recent system was built in Drupal and, so it seems, no proper export module exists for Drupal, consolidating all these articles was the most time consuming bit of the job. ugandaradionetwork.com consists of two parts. The more conventional, 'corporate', website was built on Wordpress, the article management system was custom built using PHP, MySQL and jQuery. Here's a list of tools, services and whatnot I consulted along the way. + Buttons were styled, based on an article on Particletree. + The geographical coordinates of physical locations are picked up from Tiny Geocoder. + CAPTCHAs are served by captchas.net. + Plenty of icons are from the excellent silk icon set from famfamfam.com. + Area52.nl helped me with a few Drupal tips and some extremely helpful code. + Search is done through Google Site Search. + Some help on sorting a multidimensional array came from firsttube.com. + A way of displaying dates with sprites was adapted from an article over at css-tricks.com. + Styling of the notifications were taken from an article on lonewolfdesigns.co.uk, with the notification icons coming from iTweek over at deviantart. + WYSIWYG editing for contributors, journalists, is done with CKEditor. + The commenting facilities are hosted by Disqus. + The banner which currently crowns the Wordpress pages was made by a URN employee. However, I adjusted a few photos by Flickr users for usage as banners. These might show up in the future. These photos were by Flickr users diga, John Connell, Kigali Wire, Internews Network and IICD. + Maps are displayed using the Google Maps API. Shadows for markers were made with Shadowmaker and some code was lifted from geocodezip.com. + Some help on Wordpress came from htmlcenter on adding custom menus, CAM Web Design on using custom banner images and Aaron Jorbin on using child themes in Wordpress 3. + Weberdev.com provided a script for uploading files, while a download script came from finalwebsites.com. You know, it's almost like having colleagues. 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[iOrder] => 2 [iActive] => 1 [tType] => article [tTemplateName] => sparse [iFeatured] => 0 [iPrimary] => 1 ) ) [flickrTag] => bf:blogitem=4873 ) [4832] => Array ( [iID] => 4832 [tTitle] => Uwazi.org [tSlug] => uwazi-org [iTime] => 1276466400 [iUpdate] => 1516113026 [tDescription] => The last of three websites for which I've been in Tanzania over the last few months. [iCategory] => 5 [tURL] => http://uwazi.org [iViews] => 4014 [iClicks] => 1139 [iRating] => 0 [iVote] => 0 [iVoters] => 0 [iRedirect] => 0 [tISBN] => [iLocation] => 982 [iOldID] => [tCover] => [iAccess] => 1462096449 [iHot] => 0 [tTemplateName] => sparse [iHideMap] => 1 [iForSale] => 0 [iImages] => 1 [iFullImage] => 0 [fLatitude] => -6.7917 [fLongitude] => 39.2784 [tLocation] => Twaweza office [iPrimaryCategoryFeatured] => 0 [tCategory] => Work [iCategoryFeatured] => 0 [iPrimaryCategory] => 5 [categories] => Array ( [5] => Array ( [iID] => 5 [tName] => Work [tSlug] => work [tDescription] => Work, shmork! But, yes, one needs to make a living as well. I'm a self employed web developer with extensive experience in 'the south', that is, the developing world. I strongly focus on social applications, or, 'web 2.0'. If you're intrigued, you can check out my CV. My business is called Baba's projects. [iOrder] => 6 [iActive] => 1 [tType] => article [tTemplateName] => sparse [iFeatured] => 0 [iPrimary] => 1 ) ) [flickrTag] => bf:blogitem=4832 ) [4814] => Array ( [iID] => 4814 [tTitle] => Twaweza.org [tSlug] => twaweza-org [iTime] => 1274997600 [iUpdate] => 1516112991 [tDescription] => My primary reason for being in Tanzania has been nearly fulfilled. Today, the Twaweza website is going live. Credits go to... + Styleshout for the Unbound template on which the design was based. + Andreas Viklund for the design on which the backend was based. + Smarty for the templating system. + captchasdotnet for the captchas. + Daniel Morris for the PHP Input Filter. + Simon Jarvis for the SimpleImage library. + Dan Coulter for the PHPFlickr class. + Detect Mobile Browser to... detect mobile browsers. + Kreaton for the validator script. + A multidemensional array sorter from firsttube.com. Additionally, Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools are used for optimization. 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[iOrder] => 6 [iActive] => 1 [tType] => article [tTemplateName] => sparse [iFeatured] => 0 [iPrimary] => 1 ) ) [flickrTag] => bf:blogitem=4220 ) [4429] => Array ( [iID] => 4429 [tTitle] => OVCsupport.net [tSlug] => ovcsupport-net [iTime] => 1243375200 [iUpdate] => 1516114097 [tDescription] => I'm in Chiang Mai, working for HDN, on their final project before they fold in September this year. Through a USAID grant, managed by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, I'm spending about six months in Thailand again, though I wouldn't mind that being longer. The website we're working on, OVCsupport.net, aims to be the global hub on information in relation to orphans and vulnerable children (indeed, OVC). Initially released in 2004, the website, very much old skool, is in dire need of an upgrade. So we're integrating a series of web 2.0 tools as well as professionalizing the document library which is available through the old site. The website will be presented at ICAAP, in Bali in August. We aim to go live in September this year. [iCategory] => 5 [tURL] => [iViews] => 3160 [iClicks] => 1294 [iRating] => 0 [iVote] => 5 [iVoters] => 1 [iRedirect] => 0 [tISBN] => [iLocation] => 539 [iOldID] => 4074 [tCover] => [iAccess] => 1461999817 [iHot] => 0 [tTemplateName] => sparse [iHideMap] => 1 [iForSale] => 0 [iImages] => 1 [iFullImage] => 2 [fLatitude] => 18.7942 [fLongitude] => 98.9903 [tLocation] => HDnet office [iPrimaryCategoryFeatured] => 0 [tCategory] => Work [iCategoryFeatured] => 0 [iPrimaryCategory] => 5 [categories] => Array ( [5] => Array ( [iID] => 5 [tName] => Work [tSlug] => work [tDescription] => Work, shmork! But, yes, one needs to make a living as well. I'm a self employed web developer with extensive experience in 'the south', that is, the developing world. I strongly focus on social applications, or, 'web 2.0'. If you're intrigued, you can check out my CV. My business is called Baba's projects. [iOrder] => 6 [iActive] => 1 [tType] => article [tTemplateName] => sparse [iFeatured] => 0 [iPrimary] => 1 ) ) [flickrTag] => bf:blogitem=4074 ) [3042] => Array ( [iID] => 3042 [tTitle] => NGOspace.net [tSlug] => ngospace-net [iTime] => 1223589600 [iUpdate] => 1516113907 [tDescription] => A simple frontend for the NGOspace.net domain. The design was culled from styleshout. The website was taken offline in late 2009. 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[iOrder] => 6 [iActive] => 1 [tType] => article [tTemplateName] => sparse [iFeatured] => 0 [iPrimary] => 1 ) ) [flickrTag] => bf:blogitem=3793 ) ) ) Keyword: design :: BabakFakhamzadeh.com