Website and Mobile Apps
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HOCFU is an intermediary platform for renovation service, aims at resolving asymmetric and unfair situation our society currently facing. By providing better matching and communication between contractors and customers, we aim to improve the ecosystem that will be beneficial to not only the customers, workers, but also the society.
We are an online platform based in Hong Kong with a mission to foster sustainable lifestyle by promoting greener ideas and choices to organisations and consumers. We are specialized in eco-friendly, saved power, educational products & solutions that transform and inspire people.Also, we hire the retired as part-time staffs.
With You Out-Patient Escort Services provides professional escort services for out-patient visits. A web application was developed for frontline care workers to record all the work logs, get reminder notifications, and access to related information. It helps to simplify the existing work procedures, reduce human errors and serve as an efficient communication
Launched in 2013, twopresents.com is an online fundraising and invitation platform. Celebrants or party hosts can send online invitations and choose a charity they would like to support and a gift they would like to collect funds for. Instead of bringing presents, guests have the option to contribute money online towards the chosen charity or the wishe
To encourage and promote more employment opportunities for the severely physically disabled people in order to build up their confident, to live financial independently and to give them a chance to fulfill their duty as a community member who contribute to the society. To promote better relationship and communication between the disabled and non-disabled peo
Hong Kong Blind Union is funded by the Enhancing Self-Reliance Through District Partnership Programme to set up a new social enterprise, WAFA – Web Access For All which provides accessible website training and consultancy service. “Web Access For All”not only promotes accessible digital technology enabling the disabled (including the visual