We developed some great sites for UK non-profit organisations between 2008 and 2011 but our brilliant web designer moved on and the service is currently suspended.

Here are some examples of sites we designed during that period:

Welcare is a colourful, family-friendly site built as part of a brand update (see logos and branding). Staff are able to control the text and images themselves using a simple Content Management System.


Deptford Reach is a lively and engaging site that follows our complete rebrand for the client (see logos and branding). The text can easily be updated using a light-weight Content Management System.

Deptford Reach

Forensic Therapies is a simple site providing information on the work of a charity working with offenders in prison. It was designed to look professional and content-rich, with a simple, uncluttered layout.

Forensic Therapies

Greek Animal Welfare Fund has a Content Management System allowing our clients to edit text and images as well as the site structure. The design uses a clear hierarchical navigation system to lead users through this extensive site.


The Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys is a large site providing information for donors, applicants and beneficiaries. Positive images are used on every page to underline the range of the charity’s work.


Play Gloucestershire is a static site that we customised to match Play Gloucestershire's corporate identity. We manage and update the content on behalf of our client, keeping costs to a minimum.

Play Gloucestershire