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- 16 people on Drupal.org
- 3rd party Integration, Consulting, Content strategy, Data migration, Deployment, Design, Development, E-commerce, Front-end Development, Information architecture, Mobile App Development, Mobile Site Development, Multilingual websites, Multisite installations, Performance Tuning and Optimization, Project Management, Quality Assurance, Reseller hosting, Site Audits, Site Building, Support, Theming, Upgrades, Usability
- Banking and Financial, Community, E-Commerce, Education, Enterprise, Entertainment, Government, Media, Music, Non-profit, Publishing, Technology, Telecommunications, Travel and Hospitality
- United Kingdom
From strategy through to development, we design and deliver complex web content management platforms and business process applications using Drupal and other Open Source technology.
The majority of our work has been in the following sectors: Publishing, Membership Organisations, Charities, Public Sector and Travel. Our focus is on the technology and finding ways for it to add real value to organisations. Our clients include the BBC, Telegraph, Sage Publications, Greater London Authority and LexisNexis.
Our mission is to build a large, remarkable technology company that surprises and delights its clients with brilliant software and service.
Cameron and Wilding's founders have been involved with Drupal since 2006. Back then they created an online language learning social network together. Then in January 2010 they formed the company to focus on Drupal design and development professionally.
We have supported the community in a number of ways since the beginning. Part of that has included shutting the company down for a couple of days, twice a year for 'Drupal Give Back Days'.
In addition to this we do a lot of volunteer community work including the London Beer and Chats, which we've been arranging for over 5 and a half years now: http://www.meetup.com/London-Drupal-Pub-Meet/
We started the 'A Bit of Everything Drupal' evenings to get more people involved with Drupal and committing to core, which has now changed to the Drupal Show and Tell. You can find out more here: http://www.meetup.com/a-bit-of-everything-drupal/ and you can watch old talks here: http://www.drupalshowandtell.com/talks
Another way we have tried to encourage more people into Drupal has been through lecturing for a couple of universities including Brighton and Southbank. This has led to one of the lecturers at Southbank University now running an entire final year module based around Drupal, which we supported the creation of the course content for.
We were involved with Drupalcamp London 2013, which was a great succes: http://2013.drupalcamplondon.co.uk/ and Drupal 2014 and 2015 - which were both close to 600 people.
We are of course Drupal Association members. We also sponsor community events, including camps and cons, and have spoken at Brighton Drupalcamp, London Drupalcamp, Oxford Drupalcamp and the first ever Drupalcamp Pakistan and Cebu in the Philippines. So far in 2015 we have sponsored and spoken at Drupalcamp London, Brighton and also the first ever Bristol Drupalcamp.