Walsall Society For The Blind came to us with the challenge to create a new website for them to help bring their online image up to date. Our web design Birmingham service included making the new design fully responsive and replacing several deprecated features with future-proof solutions that would improve the user experience of their target audience.
Alongside this, they also needed to integrate the website with their active Social Media platform as well as the functionality to manage the website content in-house so that they can keep the website fully up to date without the expense of ongoing development work, including the ability to upload sound files for their Talking Newspaper feature.
The Creative Solution
The solution we put in place for Walsall Society For The Blind was to build a fresh website design Birmingham on the most recent version of a world-class Content Management System, as well as integrating a user-friendly grid-based layout interface to allow for the most effective ease of use in regards to managing the content from client side in the future.
The front-end design combines a variety of features from a dynamic font resizer as well as a custom-developed colour-styling switcher, alongside visually stunning elements such as parallax scrolling, all designed to optimise the visibility of the website content for the key demographic.
The finished product is a website that both Walsall Society For The Blind and Creative Ideaz can be completely proud of. Not only is the new design receiving rave reviews from the Society Staff and its patrons alike, but it has also helped to reposition Walsall Society For The Blind as a leader in the sector of aiding those with sight impairments. With its wide range of features now after taking our web design agency Birmingham advice, they’re available to a much wider audience, we feel that the digital platform we have given Walsall Society For The Blind will help this specialist charity to continue to provide the highest level of support, advice and information to more people in the Walsall area living with sight loss.View Project