We always love to work with charities supporting good causes and we were delighted to be invited to work with Aura, an inclusive domestic abuse support service in North Lanarkshire.
Support is available regardless of age, gender identity, sexual orientation or ethnic/religious background.
In deepest darkest lockdown 2 - or was it 3 - we were in desperate need of a night out with friends but had absolutely nowhere to go. Even the real struggle to get a taxi home from Christmas nights out was beginning to feel nostalgic. We were all Zoomed out with no end in sight.
We eventually accepted our fate and enlisted Guy Chatfield to host a tutored wine tasting for us. And it was the best decision we could ever have made.
The Scottish Women's Budget Group works to promote equality through gender budgeting to build a fairer and more equal Scotland.
The organisation carries out a lot of work and we wanted the website to reflect that.
We first built a website for SWBG a number of years ago but the organisation has changed substantially in that period and it was important that the new site reflected what they were doing now.
We were delighted to be approached by WASLER (Women's Aid South Lanarkshire and East Renfrewshire) to design and develop a new website for them.
WASLER had commissioned some striking artwork to be used and we were able to build the site design around this. It can be difficult to source appropriate imagery for some websites so it is great to have something that really stands out without compromising the message.
We first worked with Scottish Veterans Residences many years ago when we were commissioned to research, write and design a book to mark their centenary year – SVR was Scotland's first ex-service charity when it was founded in 1910.
We have since worked with them on various appeals so we were delighted to be approached to redesign their website. Having visited the residences and getting to know so much about the organisation it was great to be able to help other people find out more about SVR.