online community

By John Durance
John Durance is a Drupal developer and prolific blogger here at BrightLemon. John has been heavily involved in developing the Civil Service Job Share Website over the last few months so we thought we would catch up with him over a cup of tea and ask him some questions about the project.
By Long Tran
Long Tran is a Senior Developer here at BrightLemon. One of the many websites that Long has worked on is CIMA Connect, the community website for the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). We asked Long a few questions about the project.
By Alex Malloy
Teaser image credit: Cambridge University Library / Leader image credit: ELT Jam We’ve been fluttery-eyed for education over the past couple of years, and our love for all things learning doesn’t look like it’s going to dwindle any time soon…
Social Psychology timeline
By Leon Tong
In our work building online communities and social software at BrightLemon, the question I am most frequently trying to answer is: “What is it that persuades the largest number of people to do something meaningful?” Answering this question is the primary aim of a field we have christened “Groupology”. Groupology is — simply put — the study of groups.
By bladmin
Last Thursday I popped along to Chinwag Psych 2014 - a one day conference to explore how different aspects of behavioural science can be applied to business. Beyond evoking memories of 1993 and a cassette tape of PJ & Duncan’s first album, ‘Psyche’ (oh the shame) the conference really got me thinking about how new media and optimisation techniques can positively (and negatively) affect a 'sense of community'. This is something I get asked about a lot, usually in terms of whether there is a magic formula when it comes to getting it right.
By Leon Tong
From travelling on a local bus to a full on adventure at an airport, our lives and journeys are helped along by icons. They form a visual language that help us to make an action or decision in an intuitive way by creating simple visual references...   In 1940 a group of young men including Marcel Ravidat discovered and then entered what have now become known as the Lascaux caves. They discovered Palaeolithic cave paintings that are thought to be 17,300 years old.
By Leon Tong
BrightLemon are pleased to announce that our recent turbinegeneration project which was built for the Tate and Unilever Series, has won two awards for Education and Best use of Research in the 2011 Hollis Sponsorship Awards.