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National Libraries Day Nov 6, 2015

The National Libraries Day and SHOUTABOUT websites National Libraries Day 2012 was the first-ever nationwide event to celebrate and champion public libraries, backed by a host of high-profile national organisations including CILIP, the Reading Agency, the National Literacy Trust, the Women’s Institute and the Library Campaign – and the even has gone from strength to  … Read more

The Takeover Panel Nov 6, 2015

Website support for The Takeover Panel The Panel on Takeovers and Mergers is an independent body, established in 1968, whose main functions are to issue and administer the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers and to supervise and regulate takeovers and other matters to which the Code applies. Based at the London Stock Exchange, its  … Read more

Daniel McKenzie Nov 6, 2015

Web design, content management and web video for racing driver Daniel McKenzie Daniel McKenzie’s racing career has taken him from single seaters, in Formula Renault 3.5 and F2, to the world of endurance racing in high-performance sports cars across some of the most famous circuits in Europe. He has also developed an expertise in coaching  … Read more

Duncan Tappy Nov 6, 2015

Web design and management for racing driver and sports consultant Duncan Tappy A chance meeting in the Donington pit lane has resulted in several years of close and trusted partnership between Onlineability and Duncan, who is one of the best-regarded professionals on the British motorsport scene. Our initial brief was to redesign and rebuild his  … Read more

Dojo Diary Nov 6, 2015

Web design and game consultancy for life coaching programme and alternate reality game Dojo Diary When life coach and story architect Ruth Eira Jones was looking for support in taking her successful one-on-one coaching programme The Dojo Diary to the next level she saw that Onlineability was the obvious choice of partner thanks to its  … Read more