Using the Parish's global platform to reach more people digitally
Within a body of work to aid the Church to reach a wider audience and be more inclusive, we designed and built a new website applying the new branding we had created.
A fully responsive design means a good interaction is had whether looking at the site on a desktop, tablet or mobile. Strong call-to-action to give or get involved with the Church carries right across to mobile view. Crisp design layout means the information is easy to see, engage with and delve deeper.
The new website utilises fabulous new imagery of the Church and its parishioners along with colour coding to create a striking and dynamic looking website.
New imagery brough the website to life.
Working with the steering committee, a new site structure was established in order to more easily navigate the content and allow for more to be added in the future.
A full CMS controls the content and numerous members of the Parish team and volunteers have been trained to use it. This means the future of the website is under control of its guardians giving them the flexibility to change.
A well built calendar allows for Parish team and various community groups to add in their events and engage wider, and for users to see all that is happening at the Church.
Engaging timeline page design allows for key dates to be highlighted with imagery and more information to be added as it is uncovered.
Social media was important to reach a wider demographic. The branding was applied here as well.
St Peter's Church were successful in their HLF bid for funding to help them do essential maintenance work on the Church building and to then expand their engagement within Woolwich and the wider Royal Borough of Greenwich. We supported the Church with a new brand identity to locate them in their Pugin church, a new website to explain their role and background and work on all devices, and new signage and interpretation to better explain their story.
Completing our work with the Church by designing the external signage and printed handouts which go towards explaining the history and architectural importance of the building.