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We were approached by the Scottish Catholic Historical Association earlier this year as they were looking to upgrade their existing single page website for something that was much more user friendly. The client was also looking to have the website built on WordPress as they were aware that it presented a functional admin area interface. Therefore making it much easier for the organisation to update the website themselves ongoing after the initial set up.
The key goals of the project were to move the single page site on to a multi page site. Replacing outdated content with new more up to date content. While also creating a better user experience. Particularly making the website more appealing for the younger generation by including social media integration. As well as making the site fully responsive to work across all mobile devices.
The new website had to house links to several PDF files as clickable links. Also providing a resource for those looking for more information about the Scottish Catholic Historical Association.
Another requirement specified by the client in the early stages of development was to make it easy for users to join and register to become a member. This was achieved by using strategically placed call to action buttons frequently throughout the site prompting the user to perform this desired action.
The website was designed using a minimal colour scheme taken from the associations existing logo. Therefore creating consistency with current marketing. Primal Space have created a fresh new website that will serve the charity well for years to come.
We were delighted to offer the SCHA our charity discount for website development of 25% currently. While we continue to provide them with managed website hosting on our UK servers. As well as ongoing support.