A huge redesign and development project for the charity to promote the historic built environment, its protection, conservation and regeneration
Their previous site was built with an in-house content management system making it and the content tied to a previous web designer.
The client needed a new membership payment setup using Stripe.com.
They needed the ability to easily manage, export, update and add new content – a feature that was lacking in their previous content management system.
The client relied upon EventBright to manage their event bookings.
What we did
We created detailed concepts to show the key issues to be rectified and this went through an extensive concept creation process.
We made all aspects of the site content editable by the user – they now can add: events, products, news, directory listings, and faqs with ease.
We created a micro site for the Heritage Angel Awards, fully controllable by the WordPress content management system and the UAH team can manage this fully in-house.
We built the entire site from scratch and, with the help of the client, migrated all content and media across to the open source CMS we are using – WordPress