Case Study – Choir With No Name

Developed New Website, Increased Audience Engagement By Improving UI Design

In 2015 I designed and developed a Drupal website for Choir With No Name. The charity provides valuable, worthy support to homeless people through music, events and concerts in several major cities around the UK. The website now captures the charities enthusiasm and also better communicates its important fundraising activities.

Key Areas Of Success

  • Increased audience engagement with improved design
  • Improved user experience of donation links and pages
  • Built a custom page editor for content creators
  • Providing ongoing technical support for staff
  • Helped with hosting and server set-up

Rebuilding The Charity’s Website From Scratch

The primary task was to build a responsive, device friendly user experience with improvements to content editing for staff. Designs were prototyped and tested among the charity’s core audience, including choir members and potential donors. The Drupal CMS allowed more refined editing customisations.

My involvement also included hosting the site and providing staff with regular technical support. Through user feedback and design iterations the website continues to evolve to this day.

Helping Staff Manage Website Content

The backend page editing features are tailored to content needs. This means that further tweaks and changes are possible over a longer period of time. Without having to go through costly rebuilds. Editing is easier for staff because there are no rarely used scripts or plugins.

My approach to all website projects is to build just want is necessary for a particular business or organisation. I am then able to support website owners, helping them maintain a stable, working platform that won’t break.

Project Info

  • Client: Choir With No Name
  • Role: Lead Designer/Developer
  • Active: 2015-Present
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