A few years back, I started hacking around with using the web for various purposes - some serious, some for my own amusement. The following lists a few I'm currently working on:
hypertext-based 'discussion forum'
I'm convinced that hypertext-based 'bulletin boards' are very useful for managing discussions about various technical subjects. I've implemented one such system, focused on discussion of the analysis of data from marked individuals. The forum can be found here.
I've recently written a couple of books on mark-recapture (and related techniques), most recently on program MARK. The individual chapters are basic Adobe Acrobat files, packaged in a fairly intuitive 'web site'.
scientific meeting web pages
I frequently help construct website for 'scientific meetings'. The sites are designed to be easy to use, provide all the right information, and to be as automated -- and simple to maintain -- as possible. A good example is the EURING 2017 conference. The site (which is based on the same template as this website) uses file uploads, binhex encoding, CSS, smart re-directs, and a few other whizzy things.
A commented list of different software applications for analysis of data from marked individuals (mark/recapture and so forth). One of my very first web pages, and it shows... :-) At some point, I'll update it.