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Helping locals, tourists and everyone keen to discover Limerick

Client
Limerick City and County Council
Industry
Local Government
Services
Development
Support
Hosting

Limerick.ie – the main portal for everything in Limerick – was originally built using Drupal 7, but fine-tuned, finessed, and finished by Annertech using Drupal 8.

We partnered with the Limerick City & County Council web team to redevelop the website using Drupal 8 featuring a new responsive design and migration of all existing content.

Limerick Responsive Website

What we did:

  • Complete redevelopment of the website using Drupal 8
  • Implemented a new responsive design and completely rebuilding functionality to satisfy both the users' and the stakeholders' needs
  • Making content editors' workflow as effortless as possible, allowing them to create rich and meaningful content with ease
  • Mapping and migration of content from the old to the new website
  • Implemented filters, natural language forms, advanced search and more informative labelling to give a better experience and content discovery
  • A "My Limerick" login facility to access Council services

[Annertech] Employees are driven by a genuine desire to understand the problem at hand and to identify and execute the best solution for the both the current context and for future issues that might arise.

- James Sweeney, Digital Strategy Team, Limerick City Council

Accolades

Since launch, Limerick.ie has been named as one of the world’s Top 25 best tourism websites for 2017 by the travel industry global intelligence platform Skift.com. It also won a Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Award for Outstanding Customer Service and was shortlisted for an Eir Spiders Award in the Best in User Experience category.

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Their commitment to engineering and customer excellence is a refreshing experience and is the main reason why I can fully recommend Annertech.”

- James Sweeney, Digital Strategy Team, Limerick City Council