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The British Museum Talking Objects Collective

The British Museum wanted a website to enable groups to discuss objects from the museum online, but in private forums. This site features private file handling for images, videos and documents. Each item can be referenced from Forum discussions, and the discussions about each object are linked to from the object's own page.

Fonant worked closely with web developers from the British Museum, and in partnership with Tellura Information Services who provided graphic design and usability expertise.

Dates: 
August 2012 to October 2012

Maidstone Citizens Advice Bureau

Maidstone Citizend Advice Bureau

This site was built by Fonant on a limited budget in a short time, and hosting it includes development help as functionality grows.

Secure staff pages have several levels of access and editorial permission. An events calendar is linked to automatic news displays, sign-up facilities and bulk emails. It is edited by a volunteer and has been designed for easy transfer when necessary.

Dates: 
January 2012

Fonant Ltd

The Fonant site started life as a static HTML site, then was converted to a custom CMS system, then Drupal 6, and now is running with Drupal 7.

Dates: 
February 2011

Pushnote

Pushnote was a system that allows people to comment publicly on any website on the internet. The site had Stephen Fry as a business partner, so had a relatively high profile on the internet.

Dates: 
January 2011 to June 2012

Hands Off My Copyright

This site was put together on a limited budget, to provide a central location where photographers can register their copyright in the photos that they own. It makes use of various Drupal functions, such as relationships between entities such as photographs and the collections they belong to, and automated image resizing and watermarking.

Dates: 
December 2010 to November 2014

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

Exercise Click

Exercise Click provides hundreds of easy-to-follow videos of injury rehabilitation exercises.

Fonant built the Drupal site to provide the required functionality for the project. In particular the site required the ability for certain users (medical practitioners) to be able to create and control user accounts for their own patients.

The site also uses online payments and a credits system, so both patients and practitioners are able to buy access to training videos in a flexible manner.

Dates: 
May 2010

20’s Plenty for Worthing

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

Dates: 
March 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

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