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Great Notley Great Improvement

Old grey design needed a refresh Great Notely Photography Club (GNPC) are a relatively new club who have had a website since 2008 when they first formed. The initial site [right] was very low-key and the design was pretty minimal. Recently, the club won the Digital SLR User Magazine Battle Of The Clubs 2010 with an excellent portfolio of images from their members. And they are now attracting lots of new members.

The Committee decided their old website needed a refresh and so Mockett Media came up with a new design and extra features. The site is managed via WordPress, making it fast and flexible for various members of the Committee to update. The new site aims to publicise the club to potential new members who are not already using Flickr, where most of the club activities happen on a regular basis.

GNPC New websiteThe new site includes a section for members’ portfolios and downloading useful information and help sheets.

Caroline of Mockett Media has performed wonders in designing and implementing our new web site, giving a clean, up to date look that matches the way the club has developed since the original site was designed. Caroline held our hand and guided us through the minefield of what would and wouldn’t work and dealt with requests (some of which were outlandish) from the photography club’s committee with a positive and supportive approach. She has also managed the transfer of hosting the site so that it is more within our control.

The result is a site that provides clear information about the club and its activities for those wanting to join, as well as letting club members manage their own portfolios displayed on the site, a facility that we all appreciate. Caroline implemented the changeover quickly as well as keeping key people informed of progress at all times. Thank you. Mike Tilmouth, Chairman, Great Notley Photography Club

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The Future Of Human Rights

The Rights FutureThe Rights Future is an exciting new project for Professor Conor Gearty. Since Mockett Media built his own website a couple of years ago, Conor knew who to ask to implement his latest idea.

He is writing an interactive book in 20 weeks, on the future of Human Rights. The site is built with the very flexible WordPress content management system which enables pages and updates to be published at the press of a button.

Caroline has made it possible for me to learn to swim in the web and not just timidly navigate it.  Since beginning to work with her, I have launched my own web site (conorgearty.com) which many students and others visit, and this Autumn Caroline’s expertise has given me the confidence to begin to write a book on the web, complete with videos, comment-sections and much else besides: therightsfuture.com.  Caroline makes sense of the web – she is my invaluable interpreter of ‘web-speak’.  And she never loses sight of what I am trying to achieve, dedicating herself to making my ideas work in this new medium.  I would long since have drowned without her. Caroline is a coach and life-guard rolled into one. Profesor Conor Gearty, therightsfuture.com

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A Very Modern Herbalist

Modern HerbalistMonika Curry is the Modern Herbalist, based in Chelmsford. She wanted a simple, informative site which gave potential clients plenty of information about this branch of alternative medicine. She also has an integrated blog so she can write regular features to promote her work.

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