I worked alongside a small team to maintain and update the Furlonteer website. We had an in-house designer who created designs for the site’s pages and I would make those changes to the site using the team’s chosen web builder software.
I joined the organisation just before they were about to rebrand their website. The new design used a complex layout and animation which created a few challenges.
As the website manager, I would keep a close eye on the analytics of the website. I used my experience in digital marketing to analyse the group’s Google Analytics account and find insights that we could use to influence and improve the design and performance of the website.
To accompany my work with Furlonteer, I had also been paired with a charity that Furlonteer work with – NAFS. I worked with NAFS to build them a website and rebrand their organisation alongside my work with Furlonteer. You can read more about that project on the NAFS project page.
What made me want to join this team? The people that volunteered their time to make this project the huge success that it was already, was astounding. I felt an affinity with their cause and wanted to continue the success that this relatively small team had already achieved. I am very proud to have been a part of this organisation.