Wave Leisure’s new website is a bold move in the right direction from their previous look and makes great use of content tagging, a feature used by websites with a lot of article content. Its main navigation is minimised which creates a clean header area and the website boasts interactive timetables for each location’s wet and dry class schedules.
When The Disabilities Trust Group asked us to put a new body over their existing powertrain, we jumped at the chance! No, we’re not talking about cars here but their website, of course. We took a Bootstrap-ready template, gave it some deep customisations, added some bespoke components, like a Recite screen reader, et voilà! — a fresh new-look website ready to roll off the assembly line!
Friends of Brighton and Hove Hospitals have a website as friendly and open as they are. It’s a great example of how far a template can go. The Friends use the Umbraco CMS to easily update the many features on their Bootstrap website including large image galleries and video players, engaging content animations, and toggle bars which reveal content to the user when they are ready for it.
The new recruitment agency on the block has a fun new website with some of the best filling available. On their Specials menu: 100% responsive design, Featured Job, Blog, and the meat-n-potatoes of the group—the PIE Portal, an interactive second screen jobs board for candidates.