Webapp Development Tender

Webapp Development Tender

The two online toolkits were originally developed using LifeGuide software and we want to have them redeveloped onto one webapp.

Provision of ECO (Eczema Care Online) Webapp

University of Southampton

Contract summary



  • World wide web (www) site design services – 72413000
  • World wide web (www) site operation host services – 72415000

Location of contract

SO17 1BJ

Value of contract


Procurement reference


Published date

7 May 2021

Closing date

21 May 2021

Closing time


Contract start date

14 June 2021

Contract end date

13 June 2022

Contract type

Service contract

Procedure type

Open procedure (OJEU)

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Eczema Care Online (ECO) is a research project that aims to help parents, children, and young people get control and keep control of their eczema. It is being led by the Primary Care Research Centre in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton.

We have developed two online toolkits to help young people and families get control and keep control of eczema. One toolkit is for parents of children with eczema, and the other is for young people with eczema. These toolkits were designed alongside parents, children, and young people with eczema and are currently being evaluated in two large clinical trials to test their effectiveness for improving eczema.

The two online toolkits were originally developed using LifeGuide software and we want to have them redeveloped onto one webapp that can be disseminated through various NHS routes and charities.


More information


Additional text
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About the buyer


Contact name

Tony Fay