We started working with the Society of Antiquaries of London in 2019. As with any large web project, we began with a series of workshops with the teams at Burlington House and Kelmscott Manor. And – as with many of our amazing clients, we felt enormous privilege and excitement at being involved with a client with such interesting and varied context and content.
One of the perks of the job is literally getting to see behind the scenes at the organisation – and SAL was no exception – both Burlington and Kelmscott are full to the brim of amazing stories, artefacts, history and people.
The site we developed is large and complex, a WordPress build and design with a number of facets: event support, custom post types for SAL’s Collection Highlights (powered by CultureObject), a complex bespoke plugin built to support their Grant application process, a plugin which syncs with their Fellows CRM, and much more.
The Society are very proactive and continue to actively develop their web presence – we continue to support them and are currently working with them to develop a storytelling / exhibitions online platform.
You and your team have provided us with an excellent piece of work which we can build on or update if we need to for a stage 1 application ...
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