We've worked with The International Campaign for Women's Right to Safe Abortion for a few years, since we started hosting their old WordPress website while Sarah at Kestrel Copy fixed it up. When the time came for an upgrade we put in a bid and were thrilled to have our proposal accepted, working in partnership with Wave.coop.
Wordpress is renowned for it's usability and general slickness, we find that it enables users to get going quickly and will do a lot out of the box, adding plugins for extra goodies allows you to create advanced configurations and masses of free themes enable you to create a brilliant and unique and special online presence.
JB had got funding to develop their last website which left them locked in to a proprietary Content Management System with a high monthly fee - they needed to escape!
GreenNet provided a WordPress CMS and carried out a rescue of JB's content, including archives of events and blogs. We carefully replicated the visual design and architecture in the new web space so that JB can carry out the next stage of their online transformation in an open source environment.
We launched Public Law Project's new website in July 2018, it features a custom visual design, resources library and events booking system, on a whizzy Wordpress CMS.
The project involved migrating PLP’s deep archives of online materials in a number of distinct thematic and content categories from a proprietary Content Management System, which also handled their bulk email and CRM. We mapped their content into a new structure and commissioned custom visual designs from wave.coop.
We took on maintenance of the brilliant multiple award winning online tool run by the National Ugly Mugs Project for UKNSWP. We redesigned their frontpage with customisable areas that bring users to the important reporting functions, and allow the team to control the highlights on the page and update it with their latest accolades. The site was designed and built for UKNSWP on the popular open source wordpress CMS, which meant that we could pick it up and continue it's development.