An attractive and functional website
Client: Myasthenia Gravis Association
Project: New website
We designed and built an attractive new website for the Myasthenia Gravis Association, as part of a total re-brand of the charity’s image.
The charity, which supports people with a rare muscle weakening disease, wanted UK and Irish versions of a website providing a comprehensive service for sufferers and their families as well as the medical profession.
The site also had to reflect the new brand we’d created for them and be simple for the charity to update.
Our design and technical team came up with a contemporary-looking site incorporating the charity’s new ‘Myaware’ logo and all the other elements we’d created for their new identity.
We packed the new site with information and advice from a range of health professionals. Both the UK and Irish versions are also user friendly, so the charity can easily add to the existing content and ensure both sites are distinctive.
It was vital the charity’s Forum, which enables sufferers to seek support, was seamlessly incorporated into the new site. Our technical experts made sure this was the case and also included all the relevant social media links.
We have been thrilled with the response to the new site. Comments from charity members have included: “I think it makes us look much more professional, and hopefully this will help us to secure support from supporters such as companies and large community groups.”
Patron Nick Ross said: “It is always a struggle to get priority for Cinderella conditions and the new look is a huge improvement – as is the website, which is wonderfully professional.”