Having worked along side HOPES Inc for a number of years, the most recent update to the website came from the organisations new focus on promoting their ambitions for a second site, as well as promiting the community based qualities of the current housing at Laetare Court in Moonah.View live project →Learn more →
The recent updates to the HOPES Inc website retain key elements and ideas from previous iterations in order to keep a sense of familiarity for returning visitors. The homepage slider within the header area and the use of the sunflower sets up the opportunity to highlight what's new to visitors.
Beyond the homepage, it is the heading area of the website that also displays the clear, consistent title for each page. The better defined structure site also extends into a content hierarchy; a clear break down of the importance of text both through colour and scale.
The addition of the Future Housing Project (FHP) information extends not only to providing key content, but also to collecting potential information from visitors who may wish to contribute or engage further.
SmartOak Tasmania needed a new website to better enable visitors to learn about the product and download information.View project
Sarah from 1000 Hearts wanted a simple website that enabled the project to take the next step in it's journey.View project
The team from the rotary peel veneer and plywood mill required a logo to give a visual identity to their business.View project
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