An open source toolkit that helps Councils rapidly design and build responsive websites to support digital public services.
Council Toolkit is developed with a sound understanding of key user needs of citizens and other council users as well as a strong set of standards.
A range of standards compliant responsive templates are ready to roll, built on a solid foundation of Bootstrap and our experience.
To speed development, use our pre-rolled Umbraco instance. Or, if you have your own CMS, you can use just our front end templates.
It is issued under the Creative Commons licence and may be used free of charge.
Storm ID has been working with City of Edinburgh Council to support them in the development of the ICT & Digital transformation programme. The focus has been on working in partnership to create a fit for purpose framework to deliver information and transactional digital services across all types and sizes of devices.
Storm ID developed a closed alpha version of the City of Edinburgh Council website using analytics data to focus on meeting the needs of different users and stakeholders of CEC. The alpha site, covered in The Scotsman, was developed using an agile methodology. A beta version is currently reaching completion based on the feedback and lessons learned from the alpha.
The City of Edinburgh Council will launch the new version of edinburgh.gov.uk in Spring 2014.