- Client: The Jane Goodall Institute UK
- Date: 18 February 2020
- Category: Web Design
- Website: www.janegoodall.org.uk
Jane Goodall Institute UK
We are excited to embark on a website design project for www.janegoodall.org.uk, the official website of the Jane Goodall Institute, a UK-based charity dedicated to wildlife conservation, environmental education, and the promotion of sustainable practices. This project aims to revamp the organization’s digital presence, creating an engaging, informative, and user-friendly platform that reflects their mission, values, and achievements.
Redesigned User Experience: Enhance the website’s usability and interactivity to provide visitors with a seamless and enjoyable experience while navigating through various resources, articles, and educational materials.
Reflect the Mission: Develop a website that effectively communicates the Jane Goodall Institute’s core mission, values, and accomplishments in wildlife conservation and environmental preservation.
Responsive Design: Ensure the website is accessible on all devices and screen sizes, catering to a diverse audience and promoting inclusivity.
Content Management: Implement a robust content management system (CMS) to empower the organization to easily update and manage their content, ensuring it remains current and relevant.
Donation Integration: Create a straightforward and secure online donation system to facilitate contributions from supporters, making it simple to support the charity’s crucial initiatives.
Educational Resources: Organize and present a comprehensive resource library, including videos, articles, and educational materials, to promote environmental awareness and education.
Social Media Integration: Incorporate social media platforms to enable easy sharing of content and facilitate community engagement, expanding the reach of the Institute’s message.
Events and News: Develop an events calendar and news section to keep visitors informed about upcoming initiatives, projects, and current events related to the charity’s work.
Volunteer and Supporter Engagement: Provide information on how individuals can get involved as volunteers, join as members, or support the Jane Goodall Institute’s efforts in various ways.
SEO and Analytics: Optimize the website for search engines and integrate analytics to track user behavior, evaluate the website’s performance, and make data-driven improvements.
The website design project for www.janegoodall.org.uk will follow a phased approach, including design, development, testing, and content migration. The timeline is estimated to be completed within 6 weeks.
By collaborating with the Jane Goodall Institute, we aim to create a visually appealing and informative website that effectively represents their dedication to wildlife conservation and environmental education, connecting with a global audience and fostering support for their invaluable work.