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Orleton and District Gardening Club

About the project

This was a full website redesign and build for local, non-profit community organisation, the Orleton and District Gardening Club. They wanted a new website that looked more modern, yet still appealed to their target demographic who were used to their old site, as well as ensuring the site was mobile responsive, and easy for their web administrator to update regularly.

They were keen to use green within their colour scheme, and a sunflower image in the header section, as had been the case with their previous site, but other than that were open to suggestions.

We used the green and the sunflower, and then kept rest of the design clean and spacious, with plenty of white space for good readability, and brought splashes of ‘floral’ colour through the accents and the Club’s own photos.

As the Club is very active with events, meetings and guest speakers, we focussed the site structure and admin functionality around the publishing of these regular updates, therefore using a ‘magazine style’ format of regular articles.

The site ranks highly in Google seach for gardening clubs in the UK, with several other gardening clubs finding the site and subsequently contacting Orleton to enquire about, and congratulate them on, their new website.

About the project

This was a full website redesign and build for local, non-profit community organisation, the Orleton and District Gardening Club. They wanted a new website that looked more modern, yet still appealed to their target demographic who were used to their old site, as well as ensuring the site was mobile responsive, and easy for their web administrator to update regularly.

They were keen to use green within their colour scheme, and a sunflower image in the header section, as had been the case with their previous site, but other than that were open to suggestions.

We used the green and the sunflower, and then kept rest of the design clean and spacious, with plenty of white space for good readability, and brought splashes of ‘floral’ colour through the accents and the Club’s own photos.

As the Club is very active with events, meetings and guest speakers, we focussed the site structure and admin functionality around the publishing of these regular updates, therefore using a ‘magazine style’ format of regular articles.

The site ranks highly in Google seach for gardening clubs in the UK, with several other gardening clubs finding the site and subsequently contacting Orleton to enquire about, and congratulate them on, their new website.