Onlineability’s Andy Darley is to put aside the comforts of Christmas this year and dash into the chilly sea on behalf of a charity commemorating a young racing driver.
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Onlineability has been commissioned to work with national librarians’ body CILIP to help promote this year’s National Libraries Day event.
We’re proud to present the latest results of our work in the world of motorsports – the new site that we have built for F2 racer Daniel McKenzie is now live.
The launch of a new website to promote the vital role of school libraries marks the latest collaboration between Onlineability and librarians’ professional body CILIP.
Onlineability is delighted to announce a partnership with a new client – F2 racing driver Daniel McKenzie, whose website we will now be managing.
CILIP NPD12: Spreading the word about what we do May 21, 2012
Onlineability director Lisa Hutchins has been spreading the word to new professionals about working in information architecture, web development and website management.
Onlineability is delighted to be continuing its association with racing drivers Sam Bird and Duncan Tappy for the 2012 season.
Hitchin-based web consultancy Onlineability has just completed a project for long-standing client The Takeover Panel – the City of London regulator that supervises and regulates takeovers and ensures fair treatment for all shareholders in takeover bids.
We’re very proud here at Onlineability to unveil our latest web project – producing a website for the National Libraries Day event on February 4 2012.
A competition being run this autumn by writing agency Circalit in partnership with the BBC is providing a great opportunity for the Onlineability team to get creative in an emerging entertainment field.