The Building Forum approached me as their existing website was looking a little dated and was also hard to update. After analyzing their requirements I proposed the use of a Content Management Site and recommended Concrete5. Concrete5 sites are easy to maintain as the editing is done in the page. This allows the user to edit using a "what you see is what you get interface". Multiple styles can be preset so the editor can easily style their content to match the website. A composer form was created allowing the editor to easily add new pages, the committee bios, news and events. These pages also style and order the data to fit in nicely with the rest of the page making editing simplicity itself.
The website was designed to be responsive to make it look good and be easily readable across many forms of media. It adapts to the viewing technology so makes good use of space on mobile phones and tablets. This responsiveness makes it easy to navigate no matter what the website is viewed on.
The website was created by building on the graphic files from the old website. These files were adapted and altered so that they would look and work correctly in the new responsive website. The colour scheme was followed on from the old website as colours had been used from the Forum's logo but they where enhanced with complimentary shades to refresh the website.