Hamelin Trust approached us to overhaul their charity website design. The existing site was quite functionally-driven; small boxes in a grid driving traffic through to service pages – not really capturing the compassion and true feelings about what the charity deliver and the benefits to their stakeholders.
We collaborated with the client from the early planning stages working out what priority messages they wanted to deliver. This was broken down into four key areas, Centres, People and Beneficiaries. It was determined the site was going to be used for short- to medium-term to quickly replace the existing site and support the vision and goals for their next stage of development.
We also redeveloped their existing dated logo design, which was too complicated and contained elements that were not relevant to their image. This was incorporated with an updated strap line to reflect the life-long commitment to the beneficiaries of their service – Hamelin, For Life. The logo was explored using different colourways to present that it was adaptable to various design needs.
A single page scrolling webpage broken up into sections allowed the Trust to tell their stories and take potential visitors and donors through a visual journey of Hamelin and their work with young people and adults with learning difficulties.
The single-page format allowed the bespoke website design to be created in record time from start to finish including design and build, within 4 weeks. We worked closely with the photographer to enable the design and photography to work together to deliver a unified image.
The below design screenshots demonstrate how the responsive website design works across various device sizes including mobile, tablet and larger screens.
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