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Sites built with Zotonic

We are happy to present some of the excellent sites created using Zotonic.

Kroonappels Voting Site

Voting site for high profile charity during the inauguration of Dutch King

During the inarguration of the new Dutch King, a charity site was developed. The Dutch population were asked to vote on charities. The winner received a large amount of money.

A high-performance and fault tolerant (multilingual) website was developed which would host the voting process. A cluster of Zotonic web servers made sure that nothing could go wrong. As part of this proces, Zotonic was submitted to a security audit by KPMG and was found to be highly secure.

Exhaustive preparations were done on this project because it had a high visibility, so the 'client' wanted absolute certainty that the system could handle an extremly high load of all these simultaneous users casting their vote on their favorite project. A load test was performed and its results were above expectations: the Zotonic implementation was 4 times faster than the client's specs required.

Developer: Maximonster Interactive Things


Women on Waves

http://www.womenonwaves.org

Responsive site with information in 16 languages, including Arabic.

Women on Waves aims to prevent unsafe abortions and empower women to exercise their human rights to physical and mental autonomy. 

Women on Waves is regularly featured on sites like CNN and the BBC, resulting in tens of thousands visitors per hour.

The mailinglist module is used to send mailings to their extensive subscriber lists.

The website is made with the base-site module, and uses the geomap-module for displaying information per country.

Developer: Marc Worrell and Joost Faber


LearningStone

http://www.learningstone.com

Learning and Communication platform for instructors and trainers

LearningStone is an ambitious start-up offering a cloud based communication and learning tool for instructors or trainers, built from the ground up in Zotonic.

LearningStone offers a easy to use but feature rich environment for organizing groups and presenting courses and resources. The "Course Timeline Editor" makes it possible for non-technical trainers or agencies to quickly put together a course to support class based courses or blended learning. LearningStone is packed with features like notifications, calendering, Google map integrations, forums, surveys, presentation and uploads of a wide range of resources (documents, video etc).

Developer: Maximonster Interactive Things


Mediafonds

http://www.mediafonds.nl

Promotion of high-quality artistic programmes.

Mediafonds promotes the development and production of high-quality artistic programmes by the national and regional public broadcasting corporations. The fund provides more than 16 million euros in subsidies annually for radio- and television programmes in the following fields: drama, documentary, feature film, youth, new media and performing arts. The fund also stimulates new genres, like video clips and games in collaboration with other organizations and funds.


Milledoni

http://www.milledoni.nl

Gift advisor and affiliate linking site

Milledoni is the creation of Federica Foroni Lo Faro and offers a beautifully designed gift advisor. Each product is shown and described and linked to online stores.


Art by Elzemieke

http://www.elzemieke.com

A site made of Love & Zotonic

A beautiful site presenting the work of artist Elzemieke. The site offers her work, an integrated Pay Pal Store, a newsletter and a lot of nice things to look at. As Elzemieke puts it, a site made of Love & Zotonic.


Upload Cinema

Mobile app based on Zotonic framework

Upload Cinema brings the best internet videos to the big screen. Every two months they present a fresh, thematic program of captivating web films, sent in and selected by the audience.

Arjan Scherpenisse developed a beautiful mobile app based on the Zotonic / Erlang framework. The app makes it possible for a theater  audience to give shown videos a "thumbs up" or "thumbs down" while the video are playing. The app is synchronized to the main screen in real time.

Developer: Miracle Things, Arjan Scherpenisse


Verafin

http://www.verafin.com

Corporate website for financial services company

Verafin is a service provider for the financial sector. It provides client institutions with a services and applications that allow them to detect fraud and money-laundering as well as automating national financial sector compliance reporting.

Zotonic was used for Verafin's corporate website, which plays a central role in marketing and community engagement.

Zotonic was chosen for the ease of use of its CMS interface, the ease of authoring and organizing templates and the unmatched speed of page load times.

Developer: Verafin


MaxClass

http://www.maxclass.com

Cloud based communication platform for schools

MaxClass is a free, private communication platform for classes and other groups in a school. The school, parents and pupils or students use it to keep in touch, learn and save time.

MaxClass is offers profiles, messaging, forums, calendars, document storage, image albums, a wall, notifications, privacy settings etc. MaxClass is totally multilingual and has been running with a 99.9% uptime from the start.

 Developer: Maximonster Interactive Things


Women on Web

https://www.womenonweb.org

Extensive medical consultation, made with the survey module.

The Women on Web website is a collection of personal experiences and a source of reliable information. It supports access to safe abortion services to protect women's lives and health.

The website includes a multi-page medical consultation, entirely made in the survey module. All consultations are posted to a back-office for further processing by an international team of volunteers.

The vault module is used for secure processing of donations.


New Island Festival

http://www.newislandfestival.com

The very first Zotonic site.

Close to 50,000 visitors came to Governors Island to see site-specific performances, music, installations, and to eat at the 400-foot-long table! The Archeological Dig, which continues on the island through October 11, also brought crowds of curious audiences. The Festival marked the first time that Governors Island was open to the public at night.