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Case Studies

PreviousNext has built and deployed feature-rich Drupal websites for hundreds of high profile clients. Read about a few of them here.

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Charles Darwin University

A new world university built on social justice, sustainability, creativity and collective effort, Charles Darwin University is committed to bringing people together to use knowledge to shape the future and has more than 24,000 students spread across 11 campuses and centres in the Northern Territory, Melbourne, Sydney and online. In September 2017, Charles Darwin University engaged PreviousNext for the redesign and Drupal 8 development of their existing website.

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Transport for NSW

Transport for NSW is responsible for planning, strategy, policy and procurement across all modes of transport in NSW including roads, rail, ferries and light rail.  In late 2016 PreviousNext was engaged as the department's Drupal build partner to develop a new Drupal 8 platform that consolidates myriad websites across the organisation.

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Bunjil Place

A first-of-it’s-kind facility, Bunjil Place brings together creativity, entertainment and community in a way that is unparalleled in Australia.
In late 2016 the City of Casey, a local government to the South East of Melbourne, undertook a competitive tender selection for the development of the website for an exciting new venue being developed and chose PreviousNext to deliver this new site on Drupal 8.

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Amaysim

Australia’s fourth largest mobile service provider, amaysim, required a new website that would allow the scope to keep up with the company’s growth and agility both now and into the future. In early 2016, PreviousNext were engaged for the development of this new site on the Drupal content management system.

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Energy Made Easy

The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) oversees energy markets and networks, and assists the ACCC with energy related issues for consumers. In late 2014, PreviousNext were engaged by the AER for the Drupal redevelopment of their Australian Government website, Energy Made Easy.

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Service NSW

In late 2012, PreviousNext was engaged by Service NSW to provide the Drupal design, development, support and managed cloud hosting for a new customer-focused portal to facilitate access to 700+ government services and transactions. The portal now serves as the digital channel to complement Service NSW’s physical service centres.

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Cirrus Media

In early 2015, the healthcare division of Cirrus Media engaged PreviousNext for the redevelopment of their Medical Observer website on a Drupal platform.

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