March & April 2021
Part of Hope Learning Community and the lead-school design for a trust-wide project, this special school website makes excellent use of overlaying shapes, white space and a vibrant accent colour palette. To help cater for all visitors, the site has accessibility settings which allow the user to change the font type and size, as well as change the background colour for legibility as required.
This unique special school not only chose to go ahead with a bespoke website design, but also asked us to redesign their logo. We were excited to assist and came up with a beautiful butterfly design that incorporates the school building outline and the colours for the different areas of their school. These branding elements have been used across the website design to create a cohesive and engaging online presence.
We had worked with a few of the schools in this local, Peterborough based multi-academy trust for many years, so when they got in touch about a trust-wide project, we were thrilled to get stuck in. We have created a style and consistency across all the schools, whilst still giving them an opportunity to retain their own identity. We also ensured the designs were scalable, to allow for the potential of future growth, if required.
This small multi-faith academy trust website is bright and cheerful - benefiting from a mixed news feed, school profiles and a clean, effective inner page design. Alongside their bespoke website design, we also assisted with the design of the school websites, pin badge designs and a prospectus project.
This grammar school website makes a powerful impression the moment you land with a split landing page, striking photography and an interactive image-led burger menu. The homepage features several call to actions for prospective parents as well as dynamic counters to highlight key statistics.
This multi-academy website is not only home to the trust information but also to the seven schools within it. Each school's landing page lives within the 'Our Schools' section and features school specific details, news and policies. Visitors can access the content from bright call to actions on the homepage, as well as through the menu structure. A multi-pin map at the bottom of the trust homepage allows users to quickly see the locations of each school.
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