Design | www.roseyproject.co.uk
We were privileged to work with the Glasgow Rape Crisis Centre on redeveloping their site in late 2014 (having since worked with them again to revamp it following a design and brand refresh). The team at the centre came back to us to ask us to take over the website for their project working with young people, the Rosey Project.
Its old site wasn’t really appealing to the right market, and they were finding it difficult to keep it up to date.
We have revamped the site twice – once around its previous content and structure and again more recently as the project grew, with a dedicated project manager and an expanded remit.
We were tasked with coming up with a strong design without making use of imagery, as a result of the subject material of the site. We produced a site with a bright and inviting colour palette, which makes each page stand out and ensures the information is easy to follow. Large areas of colour work instead of images in drawing in the eye and the wording of the site is intended to be straightforward to read. The site now also incorporates custom-designed graphics and is split into two key areas, for those looking for support and for education information.
We also and ensured contact details were prominent throughout.
How it works
The site is powered by our in-house content management system, fuzzylime (cms+). This is the same system that powers the main Glasgow Rape Crisis Centre site, meaning staff could work across either site without having to learn two different approaches.