We couldn't resist waiting to post this month's Latest Live post until May 4th, so we could have some social media fun with intergalactic related puns. However, jokes aside, we really do think that this month's selection of bespoke school website designs are out of this world - and so are the schools and trusts that we're fortunate to work with on these projects.
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We've been looking forward to the Lingfield College website launching ever since we started discussions with them and we are so pleased with the results. This striking, powerful design perfectly portrays this fantastic independent school, showcasing their community and their offering. Visitors can follow the journey of a student from Nursery to Sixth Form, via dedicated landing pages and day in the life stories, as well as really get a feel for the atmosphere, through the testimonials, dynamic news feeds and interactive map. With animated homepage stats and strong call to actions, this website really does stand apart from the rest!
This stunning nursery website features an image led design with clear pathways to regularly accessed information and values. They loved their original cat mascot, so we made sure to include this illustrated character throughout the new website and added subtle animations to bring him to life.
St John Henry Newman approached us to build their new school website for a local primary school opening to families for the first time from September 2022. It is also the first state-funded Catholic school in England for more than 10 years! We've worked with them to create a contemporary design with a strong colour palette and used elements of their branding to really bring it to life. We especially love the map section at the bottom, emphasising the community that the school will be part of.
Really clear from vision to production, the team were excellent at keeping us up to date and on track. We love the design and the creative elements that went into it.
Natasha Whiles, Senior Vice Principal, Grace Academy
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