Creating an accessible, mobile-first website for Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity to attract more donors and supporters was rewarding. The community events calendar and e-commerce functionality were added to support their fundraising aims.
Buckinghamshire Film Office needed a place separate from the Council web page, to showcase its branding. We built them an industry-facing showcase website, easy to access, and easy to navigate, with the added functionality to apply to film.
London-based charity, The Together Project set up a new Crafting Connection project during the first lockdown.
This project encourages parents to sign up and pay for a monthly membership that facilitates the exchange of letters between children and seniors.
Data can inform where best to channel resources depending on need. However, gathering this data can be time-consuming and demands money that can otherwise be used on provisions. The answer is a portal where organisations can input or access publicly available data; Bucks Data Exchange. This multi-agency project demanded a solution that would enable the uploading, organising and sharing of a wide variety of data formats. We developed solutions to categorise and present the information on a user-friendly website.
Workaid’s new website celebrates empowered young people in Africa and recognises the collaborative partnerships that have made this possible.
It was also important to have an online shop and make it easier to manage donations, volunteer applications, tool pickups and newsletter sign-ups.
With filters, ISO consultant profiles and contact links, it is now possible for business owners to find and get in touch with the best person for their requirements. The system also simplifies the process for consultants, enabling them to respond efficiently to leads. We also set up a Google Ad campaign to promote and direct targeted people to the new website.
Heart-centred Leaders share a huge amount of experience to equip others to direct their team confidently, effectively, and efficiently on purpose-driven projects. We focused on customer experience to build their website with relevant functionalities, such as a booking platform with PayPal integration to automate the process of signing up for training.
Foster Kemp is a well-established business in Aylesbury, that aims to offer property management services and private rentals of properties around the local area. The project aim was to redesign the previous website, automate administrative tasks and implement advanced filtering options to offer tailored services to enhance the user experience.
Sight surgery, founded by experts in the field of Ophthalmology, aimed to create lead generations by showcasing their work online. We helped Sight Surgery build a website that was simple, easy-to-navigate by their users and reflected their extensive years of experience in medical eye procedures, which intended to build trust between the consumer and this new business.
The Editorial Hub was a B2B project, which aimed to share information with users to increase lead generation. We redesigned their previous website using user-centric designs. We collaborated to clarify their copy content, offered hosting, strategically improved website navigation and search engine optimisation. Furthermore, the new website features Recapture Spam Protection on all contact forms, a live X (twitter) feed and integrated ‘Get a Quote’ and ‘Contact’ forms.
We had previously built a basic website for Salesmade Ltd, giving the company an online presence. A few years on and the new Managers wanted to improve lead generation. They knew that updating the website would better engage visitors and make Google Ads and other advertising viable.
The board identified that the new website needs to easy to navigate, allow publishing events and signing up new members.
Buckinghamshire Council manages school transport service for students and delivers road safety guidance for schools, residents, and professionals. Due to the change in supplier, urgent support was required to secure data and rebuild the website compiled with improved Web Accessibility.
Modeshift is a not-for-profit membership organisation, established in 2007, that aims to support sustainable travel to promote increased levels of physical activity in educational establishments and communities. We built them a website to share information on their vision for healthier choices, whereby registered members accessed content, forum discussions and newsletters based on user account information.
As the oldest, independent solicitors in Aylesbury, the company wanted to modernise the look and feel of their website, without losing sight of the company’s heritage. The project started with branding design. We then developed a quick to load, optimised website, with an integrated conveyancing calculator. We prepared the written content and photography, giving a […]