"This is fantastic: crowdsourcing provenance information for objects of anonymous design. http://www.10most.org.uk"
Tweet from Adam Greenfield referring to our Ten Most Wanted website.

"Personally I really enjoyed working with you all, it all seemed so painless, and crucially we all knew where we stood and what to expect from each other. I learned a great deal from you and particularly from Danny and Ben and I miss dealing with people with your approach to web design."
Pery Bonewell, Bolton Library and Museum Services

"We chose Adaptive Technologies because we thought they understood what we wanted best, came up themselves with the best ideas and seemed as if they would be the best with whom to work. A high point of the project was the development with Adaptive Technologies Limited of the functional web specification. We found it especially helpful to be able to work with a company with wide experience in the cultural sector to consider all possible functionalities."
Susan Lambert, Curator, Museum of Design in Plastics, referring to our design and specification for their website.

"Just to let you know that our website launch last night ran smoothly and we had many positive reactions from parents, governors and teachers. None of this would have been possible without your help, so thanks again for all you've done for us. I'll be recommending ATL to everyone in future."
Jeremy Pearson, ICT Technician, Five Islands School.

"I am not sure if this is a good time to mention this but everyone here who has seen the site is very impressed with the layout and functionality."
Will Nisbet of Axiell, referring to our DServe web interface for British Postal Museum and Archive.

"We found ATL's responses to our queries measured and open. We also felt that they had the greatest understanding of the heritage sector, perhaps because they are themselves owned by a charitable trust and are based in a Regency heritage centre, in Brighton."

"We liked the fact that ATL’s solution suggested using open-source software (Plone) for the CMS, as we were wary of getting tied in to a company-specific system. There were no real differences in price between the companies, because they all tailored their solutions to the ballpark budget we stated. Our choice was based on the overall approach of each company to working with us, and I’m pleased to say we have made a good decision."
From an article by Steve Gardam of British Postal Museum and Archive.

"I'd like to congratulate you on your good work done on the BPMA site. I have been working with them on a project and find their site to be highly usable in its navigation. I have a background working in the Usability and Accessibility marketplace, and recognise a good site when I see one!"
Edward Davies, referring to our website for British Postal Museum and Archive.

"I think that the site look superb. I haven't been through all the features in any great detail, but already the material is so much more accessible, and the groupings and themes seem much more visible. Adaptive technologies have clearly done a good job on this, I note that even their code looks clean and the site looks like it would be accessible for disabled users."
Jonathan Minor, University of Brighton, referring to our website for South East Film and Video Archive.

"The mere mortal from The Royal Ballet School sings praises to the great Demi-God of Website Changes. The changes are pure perfection. I will light a candle and ring some bells in your honour. My sincere and humble thanks!"
Fiona McNaught, The Royal Ballet School, being as effusive and delightful as ever.


Plastics News
10th April, 2014
Article: Calling Sherlock Holmes

Museums Association
15th April 2014
Article: Museum Practice

Plastics & Rubber Weekly
8th April, 2014
Article: OK, so who made that plastic thing?

Arts University Bournemouth
4th March, 2013
Press Release: News Award