Implemented speedily using the lightweight SVG graphics library D3.js, and focusing on low-bandwidth development
We were given a rough sketch as a mockup of how the map would work. We worked closely with the WaterAid team over the course of a single iteration to produce the map. This included daily meetings and reprioritisation of the kanban board, allowing the client greater flexibility to choose which features to develop and when. The process worked very smoothly due to constant communication between decision makers and developers.
A server was set up at Aptivate, and code was continuosly released to it, allowing for speedy user testing and feedback. The final map was then embedded onto the main WaterAid site inside an iframe. The embed code was set up to allow websites to hide both the social share buttons and the branding if required.