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DCA - Guernsey & Jersey Civil Aviation

Working closely with the Director of Civil Aviation, Dominic Lazarus, Submarine has developed the joint Guernsey & Jersey Civil Aviation website on the States of Guernsey content management platform ICM. 

Priorities of the website are to be professional and engaging whilst providing clear and direct access to local Channel Island aviation regulation, legislation and wider support information for pilots and visitors. On the launch of the website Mr Lazarus stated: 

"I am pleased to announce the release of the first edition of our new website designed to enable all users to easily source information in the Bailiwicks of both Guernsey and Jersey. The Channel Islands are fundamentally dependent upon air transport which is tied closely to our high-profile industries." 

"Not withstanding, as a regulatory body, we intend to keep focused and hold to our primary responsibilities of good oversight and governance of the air transport sector to ensure the highest levels of safety and security."

You can read the full release here: A personal message from the Director


In addition to providing accessible content for users and a streamlined content management path for the DCA team, the website is also designed to work efficiently on mobile, recognising that many users may access the website whilst on the move, potentially in the air. With this in mind the main content areas are provided through a one click panel matrix on the home page with a single mega menu complementing this navigation within the website.

Submarine work closely with States of Guernsey IT and the CMS support team on all ICM deployments. 

Links
DCA - The Office of the Director of Civil Aviation

Recent States of Guernsey / ICM deployments by Submarine
Guernsey Harbours
Guernsey Water
Government House
Guernsey States Works
Beau Sejour Leisure Centre 
Guernsey Tickets
Guernsey Police
The Institute 

 

About the author

Paul Brown

Paul is a creative professional who gained his BA Hons degree in graphic design & multi-media at Bradford University in England after studying fine art under Hockney alumni, Grant Devine. An early career in television and an interest in technology led him to combine graphic design with digital media including video and animation which he applied to touch-screen kiosk applications for Zanussi and Polygram in the 1990's. This lead to work with interactive CD and DVD, including a ground breaking commercial product in 1997, The Great Highland Bagpipes working with Scottish Heritage and the Glasgow Piping Centre.

In 1998, he developed the North of England's first desktop digital video edit suite working directly with Apple (hardware/OS) and AVID (edit software). In 2000, his web based application for social housing (which utilised kiosks for outreach communities) won 5 national technical awards including 'Best Use of Technology'. Between 1999 and 2010 he developed the successful Northern creative agency Bluemoon providing solutions for a wide range of national and international clients including Tesco, M&S, Puma, Foxes Biscuits, Sulzer and Hesco Bastion. 

In addition to his work as a professional designer, Paul has led brand, marketing and communication teams including 5 years in off shore HNW finance managing 9 offices across Europe and an appointment as Global Brand & Marketing Director for Insight Vacations where he directed the launch of Luxury Gold as a stand alone premium 5 star brand within the The Travel Corporation which includes Red Carnation Hotels and Contiki, a mobile centric brand targeting the under 30's, particularly the forthcoming Generation Z.

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