We were commissioned by the Nightline Association, a national mental health and student support charity, to redevelop their aging website to bring it up to scratch and support their fundraising efforts. We built the site using a popular and robust open source CMS, giving the staff and volunteers at Nightline flexibility to design their own content and ensuring future maintainability.
Below you can see a selection of recent projects we have completed. Most of these are web development but for more details or testimonials of our offline work, feel free to get in touch.
As part of our ongoing relationship with the charitable service Nightline, we were commissioned by SC Nightline to develop a website for them to host information, volunteering forms and an online listening service. SC Nightline formerly used space on their university and union websites to host information however this did not allow them the flexibility or customisation they wanted. We implemented an open source CMS solution for them so that they are now able to manage their own content and pages.
The Herald Building Association, a private community representing the owners and residents of the Herald Building, Albion Street in Glasgow needed a website to place information and facilitate communication among its members. We implemented an open source CMS installation and setup according to their needs. This allowed for basic project management, tracking of maintenance requests by members, resources and information. Phase two of the installation, a CRM system to track member interactions, is coming soon.
The Nightline Association who we work with regularly commissioned us to redesign their site after a branding change.
Radio Caley had a custom proprietrary CMS which didn't allow for easy maintanence and development. I t had limited editing options for the radio crew. We maintained the same look and feel to ensure a cohesive experience for their listeners, whilst redeveloping the backend using an open source CMS solution which allows for extreme flexibility in the future. The crew now have much greater ease in editing a wide range of site content and features.