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Experience counts - we've been building really useful websites and intranets for charities since 2002. We work with charities in London and across the UK. Dip into some recent case studies.
Staff intranet providing distributed publishing and responsive display across tablets and mobiles.
National Voices Website
User research and site build, with an 'ideas swap' area and a membership zone.
User research and UX discovery. Design and build responsive Drupal website showcasing academic work of the charity and its facilities.
Design and build content managed responsive Drupal website to drive donations and deliver information to service users via service finder.
Design and build accessible, responsive Drupal website demonstrating the wide work of the housing association.
CGL Staff Intranet
Design and build Drupal intranet solution. User research, document management, Moodle integration, single sign-on, 4,600+ users and counting.
Vet Helpline Site
Design and build a secure Drupal site to enable vets and allied professionals to seek help and support. Enable trained volunteers to authenticate and respond.
Design and build of content managed responsive Drupal website to provide vital disease information. Voucher creation tool for vets to offer disease testing for their clients.
CGL TUPE Intranets
Rapid production of 20+ affordable, light-weight project intranets with fully responsive display for mobiles. Easy data import and training for site editors.
IDS Search Tools
UX research leading to dynamic, faceted search for the Institute of Development Study's resources. New multi-lingual tagging for user-friendly listing and retrieval.
NHS TCCP Intranet
Design and build secure community engagement portal for people affected by chronic diseases which was super-easy to use and a dream to update.
Build a Drupal content managed website integrated with Asset Bank to provide the web's leading source of free educational veterinary images.