- Total revamp for local charity website
- Custom "Woodland" theme developed
- Editable pages & flexible layouts
- Support migrating domain and hosting services
Wrongs Covert were a delightful organisation to work for. Their purpose is to preserve, nurture and celebrate a 25 acre plot of woodland outside of Norwich. The land is used for educational visits, ecological research, workshops and study groups for young people with special needs.
Like many charities, Wrongs had put up with their old website for too long. They wished for a total revamp: a website that not only tells people who they are, but whose design is inherently wild and organic-looking.
I provided the charity with a custom-built WordPress theme. Its layout shuns straight lines in favour of leafy banners and coarse, earthy edges. Its aim is to immerse visitors into that beautiful landscape, giving them a flavour of the sun-dappled Norfolk woodland.
Making websites ‘client-friendly’ is critical to a modern project. This is especially important for charities, whose owners and volunteers work tirelessly, often without time or formal training in website management.
Not only does the website look up to date, it is accessible to the charity owners. They are free to build their own pages, update content, post news about the charity and add pictures of the gorgeous green woodland.