PreviousNext has built and deployed feature-rich Drupal websites for hundreds of high profile clients. Read about a few of them here.
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.
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.
The Department of Communications leads the Australian Government’s policies and initiatives for digital technology and communication services. In early 2015 PreviousNext was contracted to develop the Department's new website using Drupal.
In early 2015, the healthcare division of Cirrus Media engaged PreviousNext for the redevelopment of their Medical Observer website on a Drupal platform.
Following an extended period of consulting to AIFS, working closely with the internal team and gaining a deep understanding of their requirements, PreviousNext were engaged for the design, development and migration of the main AIFS website and numerous sub-sites, onto the Drupal platform.
UTS, one of Australia’s leading universities of technology, required a major overhaul of their public website user interface as well as a new CMS to replace their 10-year-old software infrastructure.
As the largest local government body in Australia, Brisbane City Council (BCC) guides the city’s future growth and development. In 2013, PreviousNext rebuilt BCC’s website on aGov, the open Drupal platform for Australian Government websites.
Brand New Media is a global content company with a pedigree in content development, creation, distribution and marketing. They own, develop and manage digital TV channels for the world’s leading brands and broadcasters. PreviousNext was engaged for the Drupal development and management of their global video content platform - Channel Play.
Healthdirect Australia was tasked by the Australian Federal Government to create a single online gateway for mental health and wellbeing in order to support the goals of the National e-Mental Health Strategy, with Drupal being the technology of choice.
In late 2015, Wyndham City, a local government organisation based in the south-west region of Melbourne, undertook a competitive tender selection for the redevelopment of their website and chose PreviousNext to deliver this new site on Drupal.