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Cyclists Welcome

The CTC's Cyclists Welcome scheme has existed since CTC first formed in 1878. Once issued to all CTC members as the 'CTC Handbook', the list not only aims to help people find somewhere cycle-friendly to stay, but is also designed to promote cycle-friendliness amongst accommodation providers. Listings include details of a variety of accommodation types, cafes and cycle hire operators.

Dates: 
July 2014

MXT Swimming School

MXT Swimming School Homepage

This site was built to replace a WordPress site. The new site is easier for MXT to maintain and add content to, and includes mailing list functionality to enable MXT to keep their many customers informed of new courses and events.

Dates: 
January 2012

Monkey Moo Moos VW Camper

Monkey Moo Moos VW Camper Homepage

This site was built for a start-up VW camper van hire business. Artwork from a local graphic designer features high quality photography and a strong company style. The feel is light-hearted and fun, encouraging satisfied customers to add their trip photos, diaries and comments to the site.

The site includes an availability calendar, so prospective customers can easily see when the camper van is available to be booked.

The site was closed down when the business was sold in 2012.

Dates: 
November 2011 to July 2012

Healthy Back Bag

Healthy Back Bag Homepage

This site has some complex e-commerce features, including VAT handling, export order capability, various different product discount and combined purchase discounts, and more.

Custom content types were generated to make it easy to add and manage the many small "box adverts" that link from each page to other relevant pages on the site.

The Drupal theme was constructed to make a working version of a series of Photoshop designs. This was a long and complex job to achieve the page layouts, especially for products, required.

Dates: 
October 2011

Cycling Embassy of Great Britain

The Cycling Embassy campaigns to publicise bicycle friendly systems that work in other countries, working with other like minded organisations to make our streets safer for all. Run entirely by volunteers, it aims to appeal to anyone who uses a cycle for transport, even if they do not regard themselves a "cyclists".

The website has many functional features, including a Forum, a Wiki area for users to create and edit pages, and comprehensive document and page classification systems.

This site started life using Drupal 6, then was upgraded to use Drupal 7 in January 2012.

Dates: 
December 2010

Membership Matters

Membership Matters provide expert training in membership marketing and retention.

This site mixes in various Drupal features:

  • Events, being individual sessions of different training courses.
  • Event bookings, with attendance limits, email notifications and reminders.
  • Payments for bookings, including PayPal payments and invoice payments.
  • Discounts for multiple bookings in one purchase.
Dates: 
August 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

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

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 Maps

CTC Maps: Home page

A site for the national CTC. Originally designed to make the CTC’s extensive route library more accessible, the site has expanded to include other location-based information.

Dates: 
April 2006

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