I worked on this Amnesty International microsite with my colleagues at Hands Up. Amnesty probably don’t need introduction, but are a global organisation campaigning for human rights. When politicians threatened the human rights act in the UK, Amnesty create the “Save The Act” campaign to explain what was at risk, and to encourage people to sign up to their campaign.
What looks like a relatively simple microsite had some tricky implementation details, especially when making it responsive and incorporating iFramed campaign forms from a third-party campaigning platform.
We used the power and goodness of WordPress and the Sage starter theme to build the site using modern web standards and practices, and to make the site efficient.
I worked closely with the team at Hands Up to build, deliver and provide ongoing support for this site.
On the surface Save the Act looks simple, but we created a site which works beautifully on mobiles, tablets, laptops and TV’s despite the challenges posed by the project’s constraints.
We were proud to help launch this and support Amnesty in getting close to 100,000 people join this campaign and build their list of supporters at critical time for human rights in the UK.