Examples of websites designed and constructed by Real Time Creative

The websites shown below vary in scope and complexity in order to meet the need of the clients for whom they were built. They range from a simple website offering a "web-journal" of a creative event mounted by an Indian NGO, through a website that enables the client (an artist and restaurant owner) to advertise her restaurant and sell copies of her pictures on-line; a website for a Greek not-for-profit partnership aiming to promote local economic development in harmony with ecological and cultural heritage; a website for a University laboratory focussing on creative sector development initiatives; to a multifaceted website covering all aspects of a large EU framework 7 project on Cross-enterprise Analysis and Development of Intellectual Capital (CADIC).

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MentorTogether Spritivity workshop for disadvantaged girls in India

MentorTogether, a charitable trust located in Bangalore, India, aims to effect urban poverty reduction through a youth mentoring program that matches urban poor youth with committed volunteer mentors. Mentors impart life skills like self-esteem, self-expression, and teamwork. Mayeda Jamal, from the London Multimedia Lab, at LSE collaborated with MentorTogether in developing Spritivity Workshops which proved to have positive impact on the development of girls in a Bangalore children’s home categorised to be at “high risk” of behavioural and adjustment problems. This website illustrates a Spritivity workshop.

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Maria Miskedaki: Artist and restaurant proprietor, Greece

Maria Miskedaki is an artist living in Ormos Marathocampos, a small port in the island of Samos in Greece. She draws great inspiration for her paintings from he surrounding where she has established and runs the "Blue Beads" restaurant. This website displays Maria Miskedaki’s art, and scenes for her surroundings in Ormos. It also advertises Maria’s restaurant and provides an on-line shop where you can buy high quality prints of her paintings.

Mediterranean Community

The Mediterranean Community is a not-for-profit civil partnership, registered in Greece, with a mission that embraces the economic development of the Mediterranean area while preserving the richness of the Mediterranean coastline in terms of history, culture and natural environment.
The goal is to enable the local communities of the Mediterranean Sea to preserve and balance their historical and cultural heritage, while at the same time develop and promote both, sustainable and innovative commercial or cultural operations. This website publicises the Mediterranean Community’s aims to promote and support contemporary creative and ecologically aware initiatives, bringing people from many countries to participate in these activities.

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London Multimedia Lab for Audiovisual Composition and Communication at LSE

The London Multimedia Lab for Audiovisual Composition and Communication, (LML) provides a proven and highly respected research basis with initiatives and projects in three sectors: (1) Innovation, Creativity, Mediation and Facilitation in Organisations; (2) Creative Education; (3) Development, Health and Community Enhancement. The common focus of the research and development activities within these three sectors is the use of multimedia communication technologies for generating, as well as communicating, knowledge. This website describes the motivation, aims and achievements, of the LML, comprehensively illustrates the projects and initiatives of the LML, and describes the people involved.

CADIC: Cross-enterprise Assessment and Development of Intellectual Capital

(CADIC) is a project within the European Union’s FP7 programme that addresses the aim of the European Charter for Small Enterprises to foster the involvement of small enterprises in inter-firm cooperation at local, national, European and international levels. CADIC focuses on providing an infrastructure for growing and multiplying open and extensible clusters of enterprises, in a business-to-business environment, where Intellectual Capital (IC) can flow to the mutual benefit of all concerned. This website comprehensively illustrates CADIC’s motivation and structure and the activities of its SME clusters (including video case studies). It explores CADIC’s cluster facilitation techniques, and details CROFT (CADIC Relational Organisational Framework and Toolset).
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