Websites for Community Groups can be a challenge. At concept a:m, we understand this and work to take the stress away! How?
By listening to what you want and what you need.
Our approach, like with our commercial clients, is designed to provide high quality, purpose-driven websites that exceed your expectations.
We listen to what you want and need, work with key team to design the website and then set out developing the website.
Then, depending on what your requirements and what your resources are, we can support your ongoing use of the site for as long as needed.
A Hampshire-based Scout group had tried working with a provider of websites, but found their approach limited. Their solution would not allow formatting, certain functionality or even creativity.
concept a:m took on the process of taking an existing ‘business’ requirements doc and converting it in to a fully functioning, very capable website.
A church in the heart of Southampton needed to send a new message to its community. The previous website relied on the user knowing the church’s groups in order to navigate through to specific community groups.
concept a:m created a new interface, focused on helping users by making the community services provided by the church front and central to the website’s layout.
Sightseeing tour guides See Southampton are on a journey with their website. Having struggled to update it, Concept a:m’s web specialists have worked to get them back online and are engaged in delivering a site based on their objectives and, critically, their budget.