Digital Image FX Inc. - Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
We create dynamic sites
that meet clients' needs, are easy to maintain, and make optimum use of graphics and text.
Our sites are of all sizes and are created in HTML, PHP and MySQL. Some are database-driven while others are much simpler and less costly.
We also offer cost-effective maintenance packages which include hosting, regular updates and editing.
Some of our sites make use of Dynamic Information Loaders. These loaders enable your non-technical staff to upload
documents, images, links and press releases to your Web site.
We can also create Shared Work Spaces that are password-protected
and enable your staff to access information storage systems online anywhere, anytime.
Digital Image FX is dedicated to providing interactive software solutions
for educational purposes. By working together, we can develop products
perfectly matched to fill your needs. Some of the possibilities might
- Software Programming
- Internet/Intranet Distance Learning
- Interactive Tutorials and Manuals
- On-Site Training
By maintaining strategic alliances with academic institutions and industry,
we can explore new opportunities together and help expand your capabilities.
Continuing Medical Education
The Medical Society of Nova Scotia site is password protected and accessible
through their Intranet. This educational site makes use of the case based
approach to learning. A peer review process ensured that the site met
the exacting standards of the Society. It was determined that the target
audience would not appreciate having to go to plug-ins, therefore restraint
was used in the area of new technologies. As many physicians are not up-to-date
on many Internet technologies, we had to make sure the site would be inter-operative
with all web browsers.
A "Navigating the Website" section explains the major features of the
site in consideration of probable inexperience with the web. A glossary
is also provided to explain medical terms that are utilized in various
specialties of medicine.
The "Virtual Professor" offers a complete tutorial of all modules. The
self-check allows the health care professional to be presented with a
question, compare their results with that of an expert and if a variance
exists, have an ability to go to the exact area within the "Virtual Professor"
where the topic is found in the educational module.
A "check-up" serves as the examination that is encrypted and sent to the
University for marking and for Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit.