PreviousNext has built and deployed feature-rich Drupal websites for hundreds of high profile clients. Read about a few of them here.
Sport and Recreation, run by the NSW Government Office of Sport, offers a range of services and support to promote active and healthy lifestyles for NSW residents. Each year they provide grants, nurture sporting talent, build sporting facilities, run & regulate events and promote the development of the sports industry. In late 2014 the Office of Sport engaged PreviousNext for the redesign and development of their Sport and Recreation website in Drupal.
The Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) regulates the building industry throughout Queensland, providing information and advice to ensure the maintenance of proper building standards and remedies for defective building work. They required a new content management system and updated design as part of an ongoing evolution of their digital presence.
Coinciding with the Centenary of ANZAC, PreviousNext were engaged by the Trustees of the ANZAC Memorial for the design and redevelopment of the Memorial’s website on the Drupal content management system.
With a view to deliver public value through fair and progressive service, the Office of State Revenue (OSR) engaged PreviousNext for the Drupal development of their customer-focused, Government site.
In late 2014 PreviousNext were engaged by the State Library of South Australia for the Drupal development and design of the Red Cross Information Bureau Centenary of Anzac website.
In late 2014, PreviousNext was engaged for the design and Drupal development of a new website for ASADA, the Australian Sports and Anti-Doping Authority.
NovaFM.com.au is one of Australia’s most visited websites with around 4 million page views per month, and chose Drupal as their content management platform to drive user engagement.
Taronga Conservation Society Australia (TCSA) is a Government foundation that consists of Taronga Zoo, Sydney, and Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo. In late 2013, PreviousNext were engaged by TCSA to help move their existing website from Drupal 6 to 7 and to assist with the Drupal development and theming of the new site.
In 2013, PreviousNext was approached by the Integration and Implementation Sciences (I2S) discipline at the Australian National University, Canberra, for the redesign and upgrade of their website.
With a vision to create an online "Neighbourhood of knowledge" that brings together practical, informative, and inspirational content, Directories Group, turned to PreviousNext for the user experience design and Drupal development of their newest site, homeheaven.com.au.