LONDON: Cambridge is one of the world’s leading universities, regularly attaining a
Number 1 spot in the global rankings of most elite academic institutions. BrightLemon is
very proud to announce the win of a major contract to re-build their main website and
develop a platform that will power the vast network of University of Cambridge sites.
University of Cambridge initially called on BrightLemon to work on the build of their
Unified Administrative Service (UAS) in 2012.
Cambridge University has over 100 academic departments with more than 430 live sites
all of which are built by various web teams with different coding languages on different

BrightLemon will bring these sites together using Drupal 7 and under the design
direction of London agency Head to create a platform from which a comprehensive and
consistent digital offering can be created across all websites under the Cambridge
University banner.

BrightLemon Director Leon Tong said:

“This is a fantastic moment for BrightLemon.
Cambridge University is one of the world’s top brands in academic education and rebuilding their site is a major responsibility. We are really proud to be the ones chosen to
take it on. Our team are very excited and can’t wait to get started”

Cambridge University Web Services Manager, Dr Nick Martin said:

“We are looking to BrightLemon to help us adopt best practices in web content management, online community building and mobile delivery and to make key University content easy to
manage for the many editors across a number of websites.”

BrightLemon PR contact;
Adam Cole



The University of Cambridge’s mission is to contribute to society through the pursuit of
education, learning and research at the highest international levels of excellence. It is
made up of 31 autonomous colleges and more than 100 departments that cater for some
12,000 undergraduate and 6,000 postgraduate students, drawn from 135 different
countries. The University's academic staff of some 1,700 are globally recognized for the
excellence of their teaching and research. The University is consistently ranked as one of
the foremost in the world.


BrightLemon creates social software that has a positive impact on society.
We aim to be the number one bespoke digital community agency in the UK. We combine
expertise in social psychological theory, open source software and user centric design to
produce high growth, engaging, personalised communities. We have done this
for Amnesty International the British Council the Department for Education, Fujitsu ,
the Greater London Authority, the Tate Modern, University of London, Viacom
International Media Networks (Comedy Central, MTV and Nickleodeon) and the Victoria
& Albert Museum.

For more information on BrightLemon, visit

Published on: 3:44PM on 19th February 2013