Save the Rhino Website goes live
Continuing our extensive work in the Third Sector (and within that a number of animal related charities) we recently launched the website for Save The Rhino who work to conserve viable populations of critically endangered rhinos in Africa and Asia.
One of our challenges was to create a strong structure for the organisations information to make it easier for the user to locate content. Through creating article types for key types of content we enabled them to relate to each other. For example, their fieldworkers can be tagged with a specific programme, so that they appear alongside the relevant programme. In general an immense amount of work went into ensuring the structure was correct through working closely with Save The Rhino staff. We also created a strong, online brand style and link to their current e-commerce site which has been reskinned to complement the new design.
Laura Adams, Save the Rhino comments:
Overall Save the Rhino is very happy with the new design, and we are extremely excited to launch our new website after all of the hard work that has been put in over the last few months.
The new look created by tictoc ties in with the design of our existing communications and is one that we are proud to show to our supporters. We feel that the website functions in a user-friendly way and we are delighted with new features such as the facility for the public to give us feedback by commenting on our news stories.
We were also able to keep our existing e-commerce pages, with new skins created by tictoc, which allowed us to achieve a great-looking site for a competitive price that worked with our specific requirements
(Image credit, Andrew Gell)
- Tuesday 13 March 2012