Department of Health
What we did
- Concept and development
- Information architecture
- Responsive design
After a series of meetings with the Department of Health, we were able to gain an in-depth understanding of their existing process for creating sites and therefore able to make informed decisions on how this could be improved upon.
We developed a series of wireframes, templates and on-page components, from hero images, promotional elements, forms and content modules. Each element was considered and styled to the guidelines, and could be moved effortlessly with a drag and drop builder, leaving the teams time to concentrate on the content.
An online guide was also produced and gave the changing user-base the tools and confidence to create exceptional sites every time.
We implemented the design with a front end web site editor, which allows modules to be inserted, repositioned and edited when looking at the live page, rather than having to make changes via the Admin.
A system which is user friendly and intuitive for content editors. Existing and new team members can create sites within minutes, following a step by step process.
We ran a training workshop to provide an understanding of the Divi platform and functions to allow users to undertake the tasks required of them. This involved computer based and facilitated training.