Leonard Cheshire Disability is a large UK charity that supports individuals to live, learn and work as independently as they choose, whatever their ability.
I was approached my Leonard Cheshire Disability to help them build a micro-site (a separate site to the main website) for their centenary celebrations. This website would showcase 100 stories of the impact made by the charity, and would also fit in with a re-branding project that was being done at the same time.
I built an interactive, mobile-friendly site from a provided design using WordPress as a content management system. I used the Isotope masonry library for a dynamic block layout and Turbolinks to make the site behave more like a single-page application without full page reloads when moving around.
I also advised on how the design could be tweaked for better website performance, and we used some modern web development techniques to get the design to work whilst maintaining performance.
The client particularly liked the video training material that I put together for them to help work with the site, saying that these videos were:
“…really clear and very useful. I’ve not worked with a developer who produces things like this before!”