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Oct222013

Really Useful Group choose BrightLemon

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group approached us with a request for the build of an internal online system to manage their musical theatre productions.

Owned and founded by Andrew Lloyd Webber, the Really Useful Group is an international organisation that produces and coordinates his musicals. His musicals form a large part of the world’s major musical productions, therefore their management system needs to be intuitive enough to manage the large amount of information and data.

Oct222013

University of Dammam to build new website using Drupal

Creating an international education platform

After a succession of very positive education sector projects in 2013, we are happy to announce a new partnership to add to the list. It takes the form of a Drupal website project for the Saudi Arabia’s University of Dammam. The majority of our previous education projects have been for clients based in the UK - an exception being our work with China’s division of British Council where we built a site for English-learners with Chinese language capabilities.

Sep012013

Society is losing the plot...

...according to the the UK and Commonwealth’s outgoing Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathon Sacks.

We are all too individualistic, people do not care for each other like they used to, and the fundamental building blocks of society — such as marriage and the family — are no longer sacrosanct.

Is Lord Sacks correct?

And if so, what should be done about it?

Aug312013

Typography 01: Font basics

Anyone who uses a design or layout program whether for web or print will undoubtedly at some point be using the program's font / type functions.

What's to know?

Type is type!

Well even as a novice, after a little digging around Photoshop, Illustrator, Quark, Indesign etc., you find menus and pallets full of options for generating, and formatting type.

Many of us understand enough to get by and rarely delve much deeper than changing font, size and colour.

Aug092013

Digital community equals meaningful relationships

Last month I was both privileged and honoured to be invited to present alongside one of our clients (Toby Retallick from Youth Music) at the Charity Comms Digital Impact Conference. As per the Charity Comms web site: this event explored emerging trends, challenges and examples of innovation and best practice in digital communications.
 

Toby works on the Youth Music Network which reaches out to over 100,000 children via more than 300 music education projects across the UK.