It's been another bumper month of website launches with over 30 new bespoke and essential school websites going live. Congratulations to all of our schools and trusts who celebrated a new website launch in November!
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The redesigned Douay Martyrs secondary school website opens with a colourful split screen option directing the user to either the main school or sixth form area of the site. They also benefit from an animated house points area on the homepage, which loads in to show the winner and a tiled sub-navigation grid on the subjects page.
We have worked with PiXL for many years and were delighted to be involved in the redesign of their organisation's website. The new bespoke design is contemporary and exciting, with an animated map showing the locations of their member schools, a dynamic homepage hero graphic and colour coded landing pages for each of their sectors.
This beautiful primary school website has a DRAGON on it! Using their logo and illustrated mascot as the inspiration, it ticks all the boxes for a modern, child-friendly design. The subtle animations of Ivan the dragons' hand and eye-movements add the perfect finishing touches and charm.
The Guilsborough Academy website also has a split homepage design, but encompassing two shields rather than the traditional half-page split. The website design features a shaped video slideshow and brings the user on a journey down the homepage, through the use of guiding lines, calls to action and dedicated areas of interest.
It's always exciting to see a trust-wide project go live and The Howard Academy Trust is a fantastic example of this. The trust website includes a striking hero section, mixed social and news feed, stats counters, school profile section and multi-pin location map. The design has then been translated into those for the secondary and primary schools, ensuring consistency and synergy across the whole brand.
Congratulations to The Howard School, Temple Mill Primary School, Deanwood Primary School, Miers Court Primary School, Thames View Primary School and Waterfront UTC who also launched new websites this month!
We worked with TSH Berkshire on their branding and logo design before pulling this all into their bespoke teaching school hub website design. The interactive map defines the territory regions that are covered and a news / events switcher keeps visitors up to date on all the latest information for the organisation.
This was another brilliant project to work on which included branding, multimedia and the website design. We especially love the tiled navigation grid on the homepage, packed with powerful motifs and imagery, which opens to a full-screen pop-up giving more information and call to actions. The homepage case studies are also great for giving a real sense of the school community and will be invaluable to prospective parents.
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