Rene Bach

About the Work Live

The 'SpLD Funding Application' forms part of the Disabilty and Mental Health portal. The University will pay students with high scores of dyslexia and other issues for an assesment. The booking system is controlled by the assessor, who can create slots that suits them and at the same time gives students a greater choice of slecting a time slot that fits into their study.

Nice touch

The list of slots 'overflows' nicely to ensure the system don't break when many many slots are made 'live' at the same time.

Accessible to:

Students at Kingston University
Admin area is protected by University Access Manager and access restricted by list of KU ID in the database that requires access to this section of the backend.

About Rene Bach

Born 22nd June 1976 in Silkeborg, Denmark and attended art school at Kent Institute of Art & Design, Maidstone, UK.

I have been developing web application to improve life for students and staff at Kingston University 2007-2020. Currently working at Granicus were I feel I can 'Code for Good' and help making a better and much more sustainable society. Love quality of life and have enjoyed cycling to work along the River Thames!

″My Danish roots have influenced my simple and minimalistic approach to design & Develpment.″

© Rene Bach, 2024