The Story of the Open Forum

CSO map image
  • Interactive design
  • Multilingual
  • Location plotting
  • Video
Built With 
  • Drupal 7
  • Media
  • Internationalization
  • Custom modules for map display
December 2012.

An interactive site that enables visitor to zoom and drag a global map containing markers linked to textual and video content. The content is managed using Drupal and bespoke modules, display is primarily rendered using jQuery.

British American Security Information Council

  • Mailing lists
  • Custom-built search system
  • Author profiles, displayed with their work
Built With 
  • Drupal 6
  • Simplenews
  • Twitter
September 2010

"BASIC is a small but influential think tank with one very large idea: we want a world free from the threat of nuclear weapons."

Some notable aspects of this project are the custom search engine written from scratch by Netuxo, functions to support the use of multiple authors for posts, and a significant import of the organisation's previous website content. Netuxo delivered custom help pages for BASIC staff and hands-on training at their UK office and remote training for US staff.

Original wireframes and graphic design were developed and supplied by Colin Taylor and Val Stevenson.

Netuxo made enormous effort to ensure that we were part of the process at every stage … we were very happy with our final web site

Kim Waller, BASIC

Global Climate Governance

  • Multiple-author blog
  • Research Document repository, with custom-built advanced search system
  • Newsletter subscription system
Built With 
  • Drupal 6
  • Views Exposed Filters
  • Zen based theme
Spring 2011

Global Climate Governance is research programme investigating power, equity and accountability challenges in global climate governance and their impact on efforts to ensure progress on poverty alleviation, public health and the management of population dynamics. It is a collaboration between the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the One World Trust.

We created the site to present the research to the public as it becomes available, and also to facilitate collaboration between researchers.

Graphic design was by Total Coverage.

I found Netuxo's staff to be helpful and patient as we went through various iterations of the website design.

Lauren Cumming, One World Trust

Colne Valley Park

  • Geo-location based content and mapping
  • Photo submission system
  • Customised theme
  • Newsletter system
  • Events system
Built With 
  • Drupal 7
  • GMap
  • SimpleNews
  • Views Accordion
June 2014.

Several small challenges were presented in building this site, including: improving the information architecture and display mechanisms to allow for a single level of navigation, and developing a discrete photo and mapping focused area of the site to show how the park's landscape has changed over the past 30 years. This important aspect of the project displays images grouped by orientations and by date - check it out here.

The park is a really amazing spot on the edge of London and it was a real pleasure to spend a little time there for meetings and training delivery and take the opportunity for a walk through the woods. Go and visit if you can, there are regular and interesting events. Visitor information can be found here.

Good to work with Netuxo, we always felt our brief was in safe hands. The end result is exactly what we wanted.

Deborah Valman at Groundwork South

A Conscientious Objector's Guide to the International Human Rights System

  • Custom multi-step search
  • Presented as a "book"
  • Multilingual
  • Management of complex relational data
Built With 
  • Drupal 7
  • i18n
  • jQuery
  • Custom modules
May 2013.
This site is a presentation of a book - A Conscientious Objector's Guide to the International Human Rights System - published by War Resisters' International, Quaker United Nations Office Geneva, Conscience and Peace Tax International and the CCPR Centre.

Content is presented in two ways - as a "book", with a table of contents, which uses Drupal's core Book module along with contrib modules to handle internationalisation, and as the result of using the search. This latter feature allows users to select a country and specify a number of criteria relating to conscientious objection and returns human rights "mechanisms" that apply.

Content is presented in English and Spanish. More on the search feature here: http://co-guide.org/how-use-guide.

The Tescopoly Alliance

Tescopoly website screenshot
  • Geo-location for local campaigns
  • Donations via PayPal
  • 'Register Your Campaign'
  • Campaigns search feature
  • Google-based global maps
  • Mailchimp integration
Built With 
  • Drupal 7
  • Gmap
  • Views Slideshow
  • Views Accordion
  • Omega, Delta and Context
May 2013.

The Tescopoly Alliance represents a diverse group of organisations from large international NGOs to unions and small pressure groups, embracing a range of issues from worker's rights to the decline in small independent retailers.

The main task here was to develop and implement a bespoke Drupal theme and handle the organisation and display of content based on its geographic location. Local campaigns in the UK are displayed "by region" and also plotted on a UK map. International campaigns are displayed "by country" and plotted on a world map. Customised "jump" menus to navigate the campaigns, an autocomplete "search" feature, and spaces for clear calls to action were also implemented.

Acronym Institute for Disarmament Diplomacy

Acronym Institute
  • Customised search function
  • Customised taxonomy-based menus
  • World map navigation
  • Content to mailing list integration
  • Two-way twitter feed
  • Legacy/archive site integration
Built With 
  • Drupal 6
  • Context
  • Simplenews
  • Twitter
  • Jquery
  • Custom modules
April 2012

The Acronym Institute for Disarmament Diplomacy conducts research, participates in meetings, analyses developments, and disseminates ideas and information on peace, disarmament and human security in all their aspects. The site has a highly customised structure, organising a large archive of content relating to the many aspects of Acronym's work. There is a unique world map, linked to each country, presenting information about its nuclear weapons status ans offering a list of any relevant content on the site.
We imported thousands of pages into the website as part of the build process with URL matching and redirects to preserve legacy links.

A big THANK YOU to all of you at Netuxo for the amazing job you've done.

Kat Barton

Colne Valley Food

  • Shopping Cart
  • Twitter Feed
  • Custom Graphic Design
Built With 
  • Drupal 6
  • Ubercart
  • CCK 3 Multigroup
  • Zen
Summer 2011

Colne Valley Food is a meal box scheme, delivering local food to homes in Middlesex. We created a website with an integrated online ordering system, replacing a more manual excel-based system that they had been using.

As well as offering meal boxes and other products to the public,the website helps CVF keep track of the ingredients they need to order from suppliers each week to fill the boxes, based on the quantities of orders recieved for each type of box.

Kariba supplied the graphic design, which we implemented as a new theme for Drupal.

It's very pleasing, it works well, we have had lots of compliments and their after sales service has been excellent.

Debbie Valman, Colne Valley Food

International Action Network on Small Arms

  • Many users, each with access to edit specific parts of the site
  • Multilingual
  • Integration with Salesforce Database
  • Flickr Integragion
  • Guided Search
Built With 
  • Drupal 6
  • i18n
  • Faceted Search
  • Features
  • Flickr
April 2011

IANSA is the global movement against gun violence, linking civil society organisations working to stop the proliferation and misuse of small arms and light weapons.The site reflects the structure of IANSA, which has member organisations across the world. News from member organisations' own websites is automatically reproduced on the site, and member organisations can log in to update their own details.

As well as its public facing role, the website is also used to facilitate internal communication and organising within the IANSA network.

The site is multilingual, with content presented in English, French and Spanish.

Solid Carpentry

  • Customer Testimonials
  • Image Galleries
Built With 
  • Drupal 6
  • Imagecache
  • Thickbox
June 2010.

Solid Carpentry is a London based carpentry and joinery business. The website is designed to promote the business to potential customers, using customer testimonials and image galleries, as well as Solid Carpentry's own copy. Customers can type their testimonials directly into the website, which are then displayed to the public once approved by Solid Carpentry. The visual theme is designed by Netuxo and Solid Carpentry, and implemented by Netuxo.

...Professional, experienced and reliable. Netuxo haven’t ever left me down.

Dmitriy at Solid Carpentry

Past Pixels

  • eCommerce
  • Custom shipping rules
  • Multilingual
  • Custom theme
  • Newsletter system
Built With 
  • Drupal 7
  • Commerce
  • Omega
  • i18n
April 2014.

The shopfront of the PastPixels publishing venture, showcasing some of the strongest images of Britain's labour movement in the 20th century. Built using the Commerce framework to handle checkout and payment via Paypal the site also incorporates a range of customisations, particularly to shipping rules.

Netuxo kept to the time schedule, were easy to work with, straightforward and delivered. We'll be back for updates.

Dave Mitchell at PastPixels

Centre for Peace, Security and Armed Violence Prevention

Screenshot image of home page
  • Multilingual
  • News and projects archives
  • Social media integration
Built With 
  • Drupal 7
  • i18n
  • Bootstrap Business theme
May 2014.

This arms-trade focused site represents what can be done on a tight budget, where key features are identified and prioritised early on along with cool-headed decisions about where savings can be made without compromising quality.

With our little knowledge on the technicalities of content management and of using Drupal, Netuxo's support was very empowering and exciting.

Jean Claude Kabuiku at CPS-AVIP

Manchester Veg People

  • Custom commerce solution
  • SMS integration
  • Invoice generation
  • Order management
Built With 
  • Drupal 7
  • Commerce
  • Bespoke modules
  • Completed 
    October 2012.
    A co-operative of local organic growers and restaurants working together to provide fresh, seasonal food of the highest possible quality. This website facilitates trade between local food producers and local caterers in the Manchester area.

    Countering the Militarisation of Youth

    Screenshot of the site's home page
    • Multilingual
    • Visitor content submission
    • Customised layout
    • Video and audio support
    Built With 
    • Drupal 7
    • NewsCenter theme
    • Context
    June 2014.

    A tag-driven multilingual site open to contributions from the community. The project seeks to “identify and challenge the many ways in which young people around the world are encouraged to accept the military and military values as normal, and worthy of their uncritical support.”

    Much of the funding for this international project was raised via a crowdfunding initiative. See here for further details.

    Extremely flexible, deliver quickly, and good at explaining technical detail to lay people. Recommended.

    Hannah Brock at War Resisters' International

    Nuclear Information Service

    • Front page carousel system
    • Mobile version
    • Custom theme
    • Newsletter subscribe and send
    • Legacy content import
    Built With 
    • Drupal 7
    • Browscap integration
    • jCarousel
    • SimpleNews
    • Media module
    September 2012.

    The Nuclear Information Service is a "not-for-profit, non-government information service which works to promote public awareness and foster debate on the risks and costs of the UK's military nuclear programme."

    This challenge for Netuxo was to redevelop the organisation's Drupal 5 site, with new features, and to migrate the existing content, to Drupal 7.

    Original design: George Clark
    Additional user interface design: Vinatha Prakash

    Thank you very much to everyone at Netuxo for the work in developing the new website [....] we are pleased with the finished project.

    Peter Burt, NIS

    Zed Books

    • Custom import from Zed's book database
    • Import of categories and book descriptions
    • Generate PDF leaflet for books
    • Integrate blog entries from Blogger
    Built With 
    • Drupal 6
    • Composite Layout
    • Ubercart
    • PDF Version
    Completed June 2011.

    Zed Books is a critical and dynamic publisher, committed to increasing awareness of important international issues and to promoting diversity, alternative voices and progressive social change.

    The main feature when building this website was to allow them to import their book database right into the website. This means that they do not need to manually add each book to the site - they are all imported at once. With blog entries coming from their Blogger account, the site is acting as hub for Zed's various data source: The books come from their book database, the blog entries come from their Blogger blog ...

    War Resisters' International

    • Database integration
    • Ecommerce
    • Custom modules
    • Multilingual
    Built With 
    • Drupal 6
    • Mailhandler & Listhandler
    • Ubercart
    November 2008

    Founded in 1921, War Resisters' International exists to promote nonviolent action against the causes of war.

    WRI required an advanced multi lingual site, allowing members of the organisation to collaborate remotely and in different languages. Users not only collaborate on documents - but also on the conscientious objector's database which is actually created and edited through the site. WRI's Co-Alerts system is also incorporated, allowing urgent alerts on conscientious objectors to be emailed automatically.

    NATO Watch

    • Subscription-based emailed content
    • Access control for private resources
    • User participation features
    Built With 
    • Drupal 6
    • TACLite
    • SimpleNews
    • Print
    • Panels
    March 2010.

    NATO Watch is an independent, not-for-profit ‘virtual’ think-tank which examines the role of NATO in public life and advocates for more openness, transparency and accountability within the Alliance.

    This information and analysis-oriented site had requirements that included very specific menu behaviour, different page templates for flash and non-flash content, custom date display and the ability for public to add themselves as "signatories.

    Design: Alex Tranda

    A real peasure to work with ... I will continue to use them to further develop the site.

    Dr Ian Davis, NATO Watch

    Group for the Advancement of Psychodynamics and Psychotherapy in Social Work

    GAPS homepage screenshot
    • Private members area
    • Subscription handling
    • Event sign-up
    • Adapted theme
    Built With 
    • Drupal 6
    • Content Access
    • LM PayPal
    • Signup
    November 2011.

    "GAPS is an organisation promoting relationship-based approaches, and psychodynamic and systemic thinking in social work." The challenge for Netuxo was to create a simple site that would facilitate both internal and external interactions of this membership-based organisation. Thus, there is a private members area, with access to internal discussion papers, meeting minutes and to specialist academic journals. In addition there is public-facing content (articles, news, documents), an events feature - which enables people to express an interest in attending, and a subscription form and payments system to make it easy for new members to join.

    Netuxo have been impressive from the outset …They continue to offer regular support now we are live and we would not hesitate to recommend them.

    Fiona Roskilly, GAPS

    Precious Kids Day Nursery

    Built With 
    • Drupal 7
    • Simplenews
    • 'Danland' theme
    April 2012.

    Like Netuxo, Precious Kids Day Nursery is a workers' cooperative in east London. This website is one of our simpler projects, designed to provide clear information about the nursery and to be visually appealing and easy to use, without having any complicated automatic functions. To keep the development affordable, we customised a freely available theme by adding Precious Kids' graphics, rather than commissioning a complete new layout designed from scratch.

    As with all our clients, the staff at the nursery are able to log-in to the site and edit the content for themselves.

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