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  1. Well this was a great one to do. The Beyond Banglatown site is the public facing site for a report conducted by researchers at the London School of Economics and the University of Manchester, and published by the Runnymede Trust. The aim is to present the findingsof the report in a publically accessible way that can be used by teachers and students and well as the general public. It covers the changing face of the neighbourhood around Brick Lane in East London. https://beyondbanglatown.org.uk/ Technically this was the first project we used ProcessWire on - although what with one thing and another it's taken 18 months to get the site launched, so we've managed to get a few others out before this one. It was certainly jumping in at the deep end though and we learned a lot. The site involves a fair amount of ajax driven content and we had to get to grips with importing the data used for the maps and graphs as well as sorting out how best to manage templates and assets. As far as modules that we used there's nothing too exciting, but certainly we made good use of TracyDebugger as we fumbled about. A special mention also needs to go to the PW documentation, the API references and of course this forum which provided a great deal of help. Anyway - we're really pleased with the site and it's already been getting very good coverage. Hopefully the first of many PW sites. s.
  2. millipedia.com was set up in Gibson Gardens N16 at the end of last century (we are sooo old).
  3. As both a director of an ethical development agency and an ex-resident of Stokie can I just say that I'm slightly jealous. Lovely looking site and well done on getting B-Corp status.
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