Social change online communities

Natural history museum
By bladmin
Learning about the history of the natural world doesn’t have to be limited to Natural History Museum school trips (although we did love those outings - can’t resist a visit to those massive moving dinosaur models)! The Natural History Museum has plenty of online information hubs, including their Open Air Laboratories programme. In order to be kept up to date, OPAL’s education pages needed to be redesigned and re-themed, and we were chosen for the job.
shine home
By bladmin
We were extremely happy to team up with the Department of Education to deliver an online community for Shine Week - a national youth festival dedicated to celebrating the creative talents of young people everywhere.
By Monique Canuti
Programmers and coders are solitary kinds of people. A developer plus a computer, throw an internet connection in: you get a nice new website. Obviously these are very outdated views of website development. Whether it’s big or small, local or international, a web development project requires human communication and interaction to ensure it works well for and is understood by the people who will be using it. And it’s a creative process (yes, even the code!).
By Vincenzo Gambino
by our intern, Henry From the 5th until the 8th of August I spent my time working within the community of BrightLemon and although a short stay here, there was still much to absorb, learn and take in from my experiences and surroundings. Furthermore the last few days have given me an invaluable insight into the structure and workings of a digital agency; the roles of the individuals and teams and also the the long term relationships that are built up between BrightLemon and its clients.
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 Audrius Vaitonis
The Youth Music Network is a UK charity whose aim is to improve the lives of children via music. Since founding in 1999, they’ve already helped 2.5 million children to make music, supporting their abilities via donations from a range of sponsors. In order to maintain the growth of this positive impact they have on young people from across the country, Youth Music have chosen BrightLemon to upgrade and redevelop their online community in order to strengthen their existing services and benefit their users even further.