Websites & Digital


Renew Wales required a Content-managed, bilingual website which acted as a forum and community hub for people interested and involved in renewable energy. We first created the brand, and projected this through the website.


Sarn Helen Preserves required a brand identity which we produced, and from that we were asked to create a ecommerce, content managed website. The simplistic website highlighted the high-end product and aimed to increase online sales.




Community Housing Cymru currently run the 'Building Enterprise' scheme, which aims to inspire local social enterprises and to keep enterprise in the local community. We first created the brand and its graphical elements.

 


The website was designed to be a step-by-step guide, so ran in sequence with graphical elements that showed each step being linked. The site included a 'smart' back-end in which all form results were sent to a spreadsheet, listing details of perspective service users.






Building Enterprise required an online banner for placement on website headers, to inform and to encourage visitors to its website. Meeting online size standards (60kb or under), this banner grabs your intention while pushing elements of the brand.




The Breaking Barriers Community Arts project required a website that supported hundreds of video projects and acted as a creative hub. Fully bilingual and content managed, the Breaking Barriers website was designed and animated to inspire the freedom of its artwork.

 


First Campus required the visuals for a CMS website. Using their brand identity and guidelines, we designed the website to appeal to all aspects of its audience, from stakeholders to service users.


Chwarae Plant required a Content Managed, bilingual website to support their children's play organisation. Designed to be simplistic and attractive, in form and function.





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