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Jesmond Hotel

Jesmond Hotel

This site was built for this London hotel by another web development company, then transferred to Fonant Ltd for hosting and ongoing maintenance and support. Since then Fonant has provided support to the hotel for both the website and for email and hotel PC problems.

Dates: 
April 2010

20’s Plenty for Worthing

A low-budget site for the local 20's Plenty campaign group.

Dates: 
March 2010

Visit Grubtown

Visit Grub Town was built as a spoof tourist board website, to accompany the award-wining Grubtown books, published by Faber & Faber.

The site was built using Drupal, with some highly-customised Google Maps to display the interactive maps and images for the site's "game".

Time-based publishing was used to enable new pages as each week of the campaign passed.

Dates: 
February 2010 to July 2010

Skills Workshop

Skills Workshop: Home page

The long-standing Skills Workshop website was proving to be very time-consuming for the owner, Maggie Harnew, to keep updated. New contributors continued to send in new teaching resources, but the time taken to add resources to the site meant that a back-log was building up. Luckily, Maggie won the LSIS Star Award 2009 in the Skills for Life category, and the prize money funded conversion of the site into a Drupal content-managed site. This has enabled Maggie to spend more time concentrating on editing submitted resources, and less time having to maintain the web pages themselves.

Dates: 
November 2009

Amasango

Amasango: Home page

The Amasango website is aimed at fund-raising and keeping people informed about the progress of the Amasango Career Schools in South Africa.

Fonant provides the site and support as a donation-in-kind to the charity.

Dates: 
August 2009

Fusion Hair Design

Fonant hosts and maintains the Fusion Hair Design website. The graphic design originated for paper flyers and posters, and was transferred to the website.

Dates: 
May 2009 to October 2017

Environmental Transport Association

This project was to re-build the ETA website completely using Drupal: initially Drupal 5, then Drupal 6.

Dates: 
June 2007 to March 2010

Fill That Hole

Fill That Hole: Home page

For many decades the CTC had been running a pothole reporting system using pre-printed postcards. With the advent of online mapping, it became possible to report hazard locations via a website.

Fill That Hole was originally a small part of the large CTC Maps website project. But it soon became very popular with cyclists and other road users, and is now heavily used.

Dates: 
January 2007

CTC Forum

CTC Forum: Home page

The CTC have had an online forum for discussing cycling issues for several years. The previous forum software was custom-built and was starting to show its age. In particular it was difficult for the CTC to moderate forum posts, leading to negative comments about the forum and then the CTC in general.

Dates: 
December 2006

NA3T (Transport Photos)

Tens of thousands of transport-related images.

Dates: 
May 2006

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