Xequals was approached by the Policy team in early 2017 to work with them in developing a new interactive election tool. Over the two month build, Drupal's wide module ecosystem provided a rapid way to develop the complex user interface and data model. The website collects and analyses detailed personal choices without visitors needing to log in.
Since 2013 Xequals has been working with NZCER to consult, build and improve on their website and digital systems. As a forwards-thinking organisation that takes technology and innovation seriously, NZCER has invested lots of time and energy into having a robust, modern, attractive web system.
The Wellbeing @ School website hosts two self-review tests for NZ schools. The Wellbeing @ School self-review toolkit let schools evaluate how safe the school environment is for students and how well bullying is deterred. The IPT self-review toolkit enable schools to explore how inclusive they are of all students and their different needs.
In early 2017 InternetNZ approached us to create a website for the upcoming NetHui 2017. The site was required to be built using the static site generator Jekyll and done so in a way that could be used as a template for future events, as each NetHui event retains it's own web presence as a record.