SSTA

Responsive website design for the Scottish Secondary Teachers Association (SSTA)

Requirements

The brief given to us from the SSTA was for their existing website to be redesigned. To be updated into a more modern, user-friendly site. That was compatible with all devices.

One of the core aims was to de-clutter the website. Removing a number of plugins that had been installed through WordPress. A cleaner and sleeker design was required. Allowing the website content to take focus. Ensuring teachers navigating the website could find what they needed easily and quickly with as few clicks as possible.

New website features include a blog area for the ability to list news items, website search facility, various custom contact forms, social media integration, direct debit signup forms and sticky header menu.

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