Web design; graphic design; SEO


Wecil invited me to tender for a new website in December 2015. I was very happy to be their chosen designer as I really buy into the idea of the social model of disability (which sees the disability as something created by society, not the individual). The brief was to update the look and feel, as well as the site structure whilst ensuring that the finished results conformed to worldwide good practice for accessibility. The site features a text to speech reader, lots of fantastic pictures taken by a service user, and is fully responsive across device types.

This client also wanted to know more about SEO (search engine optimisation),  so as well as creating an SEO friendly site, I researched a set of relevant keyword phrases and delivered SEO training to team members.


Prior to going live, the site passed some pretty stringent user testing with flying colours. I’m looking forward to our next project together, which is a set of design templates that Wecil can use to create their own marketing materials. Find the site at www.wecil.co.uk

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If you would like to find out more, get a quote or just have a chat, I would love to hear from you.