We Care went through a rebranding and needed new photography and a website to match that was easy for the We Care team to edit themselves.
During our initial talk with We Care, we discussed their needs for the new website, including new features and web content such as the help and advice section. We then looked at competitors to get a good idea of what was currently out there and how we could improve.
Once a list of page templates was agreed, wireframes were completed for mobile, tablet and desktop devices based on the project objectives to show where the content would be positioned on the website and to ensure each page had a clear purpose with call to actions to relevant sections of the website.
A total of 12 custom templates were designed in 3 stages. We used Invision to show a prototype of the website before going live, also enabling us to collect feedback throughout the project. Photographs from our photoshoots with We Care were added to the design, before being coded into a responsive Wordpress theme customised for the charity. Testing was carried out to ensure the website worked smoothly and efficiently on all the major web browsers including Google Chrome, Safari, Opera, Firefox and Internet Explorer.
We host the We Care website, which allows us to ensure the security of the website is optimal. We also continue checking the website to ensure all hyperlinks are working and no pesky bugs are present.
Once we had a list of photos needed for the website, we carried out a few photoshoots, one at We Care’s base and one following a few handymen providing services to We Care customers. These photos were used on the website, but also across social media and marketing.