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CatholicMedical Association.org.uk

A website for an association of Catholics in healthcare professions.

The Catholic Medical Association (UK) requested a redesign of their website to present a more modern, professional look-and-feel and a mobile-friendly user-experience, with the ability to collect donations and register interest in events. Notable features: Calendar of Saints in Healthcare, events widgets in the footer of select pages.

Testimonial

I have had nothing but a good experience of working with Benjamin. He took time to understand the aims and mission of the CMA at the beginning of the project, and together we laid out the goals of the website. He had a positive attitude when encountering problems and challenges, and would actively consider and propose possible solutions. Benjamin was able to advise me on what makes an effective, visible and responsive website, and has integrated our new website well with our existing social media platforms, such as Facebook and YouTube.

Benjamin has a professional attitude to his work. This is exemplified by his initial work which was to draw up a scoping document to outline the parameters of the website project, and then by his clear and prompt email correspondence throughout the project, the production of demos to keep me up to date with progress, and the resulting quality of our new website.

Dr Rachel Nicholls
Leader of the Youth Branch of the Catholic Medical Association (UK)

Website: https://www.catholicmedicalassociation.org.uk/

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UnaVoceScotland.org

A website for a national Roman Catholic charity.

Una Voce Scotland requested an update to features of their website, while keeping the look and feel relatively straightforward. The charity was looking in particular for a website that works well across different devices (mobiles, tablets and laptops), connects the website to social media, and helps new members to join the organisation. Notable feature: interactive map of services around the country.

Website: www.unavocescotland.org

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FraserPearce.co.uk

A website for a liturgical musician.

Mr Pearce requested a blog that was elegant and simple, with a few pages that outlined his professional interests and a look and feel that reflected it. Notable customisation: menu and header image.

Testimonial

Ben brought to our collaboration technical expertise and a lively creativity. My experience with him was marked by his commitment to delivering on my vision whilst offering his own dynamic interpretation. The whole process was aided by Ben’s ready communication and I am very satisfied with the results.

Fraser Pearce

Website: www.fraserpearce.co.uk