Making sure that your website will display correctly and elegantly across all sorts of devices is absolutely crucial. So responsive design is standard on our web projects, we generally go for a "mobile first" approach, starting off with a minimal arrangement of content for small screens and lower bandwidth devices, and elaborating the layouts, colour schemes, fonts and imagery for progressively larger sizes, ensuring compatibility across browsers amd operating systems.

PBI Germany

We migrated the Germany Country Group of Peace Brigades International's website from it's old home on Typo3 CMS to a shiny new responsive Drupal 7.

We did a complete rethink of the design and templates and came up with a site that enables PBI to customise their homepage with their latest calls to action and automatically displays updated listings of news and activities

The new site reflects PBI's identity and demonstrates their impact by showcasing stories and images from their archives, and displays an interactive map to show PBI's global projects.

Conciliation Resources

CR provided us with a detailed set of requirements for a fully featured, fully up to date corporate website. They wanted their extensive set of online content in a variety of formats to be accessible across different-sized displays, improve their already top-ranking SEO, and seamlessly integrate their social media channels, all in an elegant and carefully branded visual style.

Progressio

We launched the new Progressio site for their 75th anniversary in Spring 2015, it's a custom coded responsive theme on Drupal 7.
We brought all Progressio's content over from their old Drupal 6 site, and wrapped it in an on-brand redesign, we worked closely with their fundraising and comms teams to refine the calls to action and user journeys, and to showcase their great photos, blogs and other content and integrate their social channels.

INPUD

We picked up INPUD's Drupal 7 site in 2015 and gave it a bit of a tidy up. We rearranged the home page to enable more dynamic content and editable elements, and gave it a fully responsive design.

Friends House update

We launched the new Friends House site in Summer 2015 for the UK Quakers, adapting the successful design for their TheLightatEuston with Friends House branding on an upgraded CMS.

The spec was to rebuild their old drupal 6 site with a radically different look and feel using a mobile-first methodology to apply a fully responsive theme that's optimised to display on tablets and mobiles. Working closely with Friends House staff, we've developed the site by adding custom modules and functions so the site can utilise cutting edge SEO techniques and social media integration.

Equal Rights Trust

We built the new site for ERT in 2015, in a responsive themed Drupal 7.

Their priority was to improve the accessibility of their Virtual Library on Equality, by making it display elegantly and correctly regardless of the size of screen or type of device used by visitors, and adding a powerful suite of facetted and advanced searches. We worked closely with ERT to design and configure the library and to migrate the contents from their previous CMS and to reinvigorate ERT's online presence using maps and bold imagaery in a custom design based on their brand.

NSWP responsive redesign & update

We upgraded NSWP's CMS to drupal 7, and created a custom responsive redesign that highlights the international campaign's imagery and branding and allows them to control customisable content areas. We provided training to NSWP staff to ensure that they had ownership of the content and could make best use of their network and stock of images...

AskSource.info responsive rebuild

We won the contract in 2013 to migrate Handicap International's online resource centre onto a new accessible platform. Asksource.info comprises a unique collection of information on disability and inclusion in development and humanitarian contexts aimed at practitioners and academics.

The collection contained over 8,000 items, including details of books, reports, websites, organisations, newsletters and pre-prepared key lists organised by topic area, and is the only such resource to reflect the experiences and priorities of practitioners in developing countries.

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