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Posts in Category: Content Management System

Exmoor HBSMR Web Upgrade

Client: Exmoor National Park Authority

ENPA HBSMR WebExmoor National Park Authority (ENPA) commissioned Exegesis to upgrade their existing HER website to use the current version of HBSMR Web.

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Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels website

Client: Scottish Wildlife Trust

Red squirrel, © Copyright David Dixon We developed a comprehensive online information management system and community hub for staff and volunteers involved in their Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels – Developing Community Action project.

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Scottish Litter Monitoring System

Client: Zero Waste Scotland

Zero Waste Scotland Litter Monitoring SystemWe were contracted to provide a mobile and web-based system to monitor litter and fly-tipping for organisations in Scotland.

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Norfolk Heritage Explorer

Client: Norfolk Historic Environment Service

Norfolk Heritage ExplorerWorking closely together with Norfolk Landscape Archaeology we developed the Norfolk Heritage Explorer, a sophisticated website making Norfolk's rich Historic Environment Record data accessible to the public. The website has recently been given a facelift, becoming the first of our heritage websites to use the mojoPortal CMS.

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Hebridean Connections website

Client: Hebridean Connections

Hebridean ConnectionsexeGesIS developed a content management system linked to an interactive website which allows the recording and exploration of the rich cultural heritage of the Hebrides. This work was comissioned by local history societies and has become a major resource for researchers and the public from all over the world.

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Online Mapping for GiGL

Client: Greenspace Information for Greater London

iGIGL online data portalExegesis were contracted to create web mapping for iGiGL, the online data portal of the capital's environmental records centre. The finished mapping system reveals different data to different users. Further custom development work has allowed surveys designed by GiGL staff through the CMS to be submitted to an Indicia Warehouse.

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