Products and services
People who who donated their services, time and expertise.
In 2010 it was decided that the Information Point required a fresh look in order to show the way that centronuclear and myotubular myopathy affects both adults and children. It was decided that the best way to do this, was with the creation of a new banner image, for immedate impact and to give a community feel to the website, so that anyone who is affected by the condition, would feel welcome.
The new banner image was created by Rebecca J Kent, a graduate of Manchester Metroplitan University in the UK. Rebecca took time to learn about the condition, looking at photos of those affected and the different ways the condition affects individuals and incorporated the physical aspects in to her work, to create a truly unique image for the centronuclear and myotubular myopathy community.
In 2010 JimPix designed a number of e-cards for the Information Point. They included cards designed with the aim of raising awareness of CNM / MTM, cards to mark our 10 year anniversary and a number of Christmas e-cards.
Extravision is a privately owned UK-based email service provider founded in 2004 offering flexible email marketing solutions to both small and large businesses. Extravision now provide us with an email marketing solution that allows us to communicate professionally via email. We are now using their web based software to send our newsletters and other communications easily and quickly.
Benefits of the Extravision email marketing system include the ability to create, send and track professional email marketing campaigns and real time tracking and statistics.
Seeds and seed packets
The Big Sunflower Project would not be possible without the generosity of the organisations who have supported the project by donating seeds and seed packets for free. You can read about these people on The Big Sunflower Project website.
Webhosting and domain name
Since February 2006, Net-work have provided our web hosting and domain name. At a time when nobody else would sponsor the Information Point, they volunteered their service free of charge.