Learning and professional development online communities

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.
By Clare Holden
Creating an international education platform After a succession of very positive education sector projects in 2013, we are happy to announce a new partnership to add to the list. It takes the form of a Drupal website project for the Saudi Arabia’s University of Dammam. The majority of our previous education projects have been for clients based in the UK - an exception being our work with China’s division of British Council where we built a site for English-learners with Chinese language capabilities.
By Leon Tong
Business in the Community (BiTC) have been at the forefront of helping businesses give back to society — via a wide range of community based initiatives — for decades. How BiTC work:
By Leon Tong
BrightLemon hosted the second in a series of successful breakfast seminars aimed at comms managers in the education, charity and heritage sectors wanting to engage more effectively with their audiences online. The event was attended by nearly twenty marcomms, PR, and digital engagement professionals seeking to reach, recruit and engage new audiences through social platforms and communities.
By Leon Tong
The internet is a world of paradox, extremes and contradictions and the world of online health is not exempt. On the one hand people may spend less time physically interacting with each other, sitting crouched in front of a screen staring at webpages for hours on end – which, as this infographic shows , is bad for our health.
By Leon Tong
BrightLemon has completed a major re-build of the main website of the University of Cambridge - one of the world’s leading universities - regularly attaining Number 1 spot in the global rankings of the most elite academic institutions. The University of Cambridge – which has over 100 academic departments with more than 430 live sites all built by various web teams with different coding languages on different platforms - called on BrightLemon to re-build the whole of the main site, including responsive and adaptive design for mobile devices.
By Leon Tong
This is the first in a series of blogs about "Groupology". [Groupology (gru:p'oledzI) n. The study of Groups.]