Drupal is a fantastic free/libre open source Content Management System. We've been working with Drupal since version 4 and have years of experience within our team, we've been plugged into the Drupal community where we contribute on & offline.

We find that the CMS offers unmatched flexibility, scalability and control for big and complex projects and we just can't wait for D8!false

 

Open Doors

The challenge of doing sexual health outreach work in East London has been transformed by police action in the run up to the Olympics. This was the unusual starting point for the Open Doors Sexual Health Clinic's request for a new website.

The Open Doors team of nurses has for years relied on its knowledge of East London brothels to provide critical sexual health advice, checkups and free condoms. Now that the police were closing them down in the run up to the 2012 Olympics, the nurses needed to find an alternative route to continuing to provide healthcare to sexworkers.

Friends House update

Friends House

We launched the new Friends House site in Summer 2015 for the UK Quakers, adapting the successful design for their TheLightatEuston with Friends House branding on an upgraded CMS.

The spec was to rebuild their old drupal 6 site with a radically different look and feel using a mobile-first methodology to apply a fully responsive theme that's optimised to display on tablets and mobiles. Working closely with Friends House staff, we've developed the site by adding custom modules and functions so the site can utilise cutting edge SEO techniques and social media integration.

Equal Rights Trust

Equal Rights Trust

We built the new site for ERT in 2015, in a responsive themed Drupal 7.

Their priority was to improve the accessibility of their Virtual Library on Equality, by making it display elegantly and correctly regardless of the size of screen or type of device used by visitors, and adding a powerful suite of facetted and advanced searches. We worked closely with ERT to design and configure the library and to migrate the contents from their previous CMS and to reinvigorate ERT's online presence using maps and bold imagaery in a custom design based on their brand.

NSWP responsive redesign & update

We upgraded NSWP's CMS to drupal 7, and created a custom responsive redesign that highlights the international campaign's imagery and branding and allows them to control customisable content areas. We provided training to NSWP staff to ensure that they had ownership of the content and could make best use of their network and stock of images...

ICA Antalya

The International Cooperative Association asked us to build a registration site for their 2015 conference in Turkey.
We created new site based on the design and structure for the previous year's event, and added a sophisticated CiviCRM installation that enables ICA staff to access and manipulate data about registrations. The site accepts secure payments via a third party payments processor and performs a number of advanced custom functions including group registrations, and generation of a variety of different reports and email updates.

AskSource.info responsive rebuild

We won the contract in 2013 to migrate Handicap International's online resource centre onto a new accessible platform. Asksource.info comprises a unique collection of information on disability and inclusion in development and humanitarian contexts aimed at practitioners and academics.

The collection contained over 8,000 items, including details of books, reports, websites, organisations, newsletters and pre-prepared key lists organised by topic area, and is the only such resource to reflect the experiences and priorities of practitioners in developing countries.

Striking Women

We built this Drupal site for project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, run by Leeds and Lincoln Universtities. The site includes lovely graphic illustrations that were commissioned specially for the project, with a downloadable graphic novel and timelines showing the history of key disputes that led to the improvement of women's employment, workers' migration to the UK, and union involvement in promoting gender equality in the workplace. The project also offers a set of study tools for use in schools and colleges.

Right to Education Project

We began working with Right to Education team, based at Action Aid, in 2008. The original site was created as a home for the thinking of an educationalist called Tomascevski.

In 2013 The Right to Education team commissioned GreenNet to rebuild and redesign the site based on a simpler navigation with a single library to house all the resources. This new site is designed responsively and aims to feature new writings in the field and include success stories and guest blog posts.

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