Learning and professional development online communities

By Matt Rogers
This is now long overdue, but six months down the line I've finally written my very first blog for BrightLemon.com. As the 'new' Business Development Manager, I thought I'd start by sharing with you all why I wanted to work for BrightLemon in the first place, and provide a brief insight into the digital trends that have my attention in 2015. Why BrightLemon?
Image of translation button
By Vincenzo Gambino
Sometimes a client has the need to deliver content in different languages from their website to increase traffic and have more visibility across the web. Drupal has two main modules to implement translation of content in order to make a site multilingual.
British Council Homepage
By Leon Tong
Working closely with the British Council, BrightLemon successfully created one of the biggest global online communities, with more than 10 million unique visitors a month.
Tate homepage
By Leon Tong
We delivered a double award-winning international art community for the established London art museum, Tate Modern.
teach first homepage
By Audrius Vaitonis
We provided a better networking platform for the fourth largest recruitment company in the world; Teach First.
cambridge uni website
By Audrius Vaitonis
As the fourth-oldest surviving university in the world, it was a great pleasure to help this historic and elite institution deliver a consistent and modern digital platform - their main university website.
By jenny
Day one of the British Educational Training and Technology Show (BETT) is complete and we have made some interesting connections already with the likes of the Open University, a large Welsh schools association and linked up with an old friend, Pete Langely at the Student Room.