Privacy International is a human rights group working as a watchdog on surveillance and privacy invasions by governments and corporations. It has conducted campaigns and research globally on issues ranging from wiretapping and national security, to ID cards, video surveillance, data matching, police information systems, medical privacy,...

GreenNet rebuilt the Genewatch web site in 2006. The volume of new content flowing onto the old static site was making site management too labour intensive. The new site needed to make lighter work of content management, and improvements to the site structure. We developed it using ActionApps (AA), and used it to successfully pilot a new...

The IWPR works on free media projects in conflict zones, as a way of promoting peace and democracy. Staff are spread out in offices in ten countries, from where they support local journalism initiatives in getting news out. The website fits into the picture as part of IWPR's role as an “electronic samizdat,” supporting local reporters...

This website was commissioned by the "APC":http://www.apc.org at very short notice to support the campaign for affordable international bandwidth in Africa, in time for the "Mombasa consultations":http://fibreforafrica.net/main....

Building Communications Opportunities Alliance (BCO) is made up of NGOs and donor organisations working collaboratively on projects based on communication for development. The alliance website needed a mixture of public and private spaces to present project news to outsiders, and share meeting minutes and draft reports in logged-in spaces...

The challenge in developing a new website for the Institute of Employment Rights, was to create something as functional as possible without making management too complex for the overstretched staff. IER's new website now comes complete with an up to date schedule of events, lists all the latest publications, projects and provides a...

This site was built to monitor the communication rights debate and discussion emerging from the changing information communication technologies landscape. It makes a radical departure from conventional formal navigation systems by using free tagging to structure content. After struggling to come up with a one-size-fits-all hierarchical...

The public site of the International Development Education Association of Scotland (IDEAS) needed a robust and clear navigation that could serve a fairly diverse audience with easily accessible development education resources. Meanwhile IDEAS Members needed a private space for work-based discussion and access to internal documents.
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The biggest challenge in designing the new site for the APC was in meeting the diversity of needs of its different audiences. The site needed to act as a one stop shop for: publicly accessible resources on open access to ICTs, a private members' area for the diverse network of APC member organisations, and a virtual office intranet...

The Oxford Research Group's intranet was designed to respond to the changing needs of the organisation as increasing numbers of staff began working from different locations.

Their requirement was to have an office intranet where shared files could easily be accessed, edited and stored by all staff regardless of location. They...

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