Too many school websites are all cut from the same template so within a region you’ll typically find a series of cloned variations of a theme. That’s not the SeaDog style!
Every school has it’s own character and ethos – and like each pupil – we view each project as an “individual” that needs thought, care and attention to develop properly.
The school recognised that it is existing and prospective parents that take most interest in a school website – so we styled the design accordingly with a focus on easy access to useful information, newsletters and term times.
We worked with the school’s IT expert to provide training so she could make the required ongoing content updates and news posts to the key sections of the site, easily and regularly.
To capture the spirit of the school we spent a day on site talking to the kids, staff and taking hundreds of photographs that we used to inspire and inform the site’s design.
We worked on the logo to refine it so it worked more effectively online and with ongoing support, added new features as required. So, for example, when the school’s head took the commendable initiative to create Twitter feeds for each class, we were able to capitalise on the inhernet flexibility of the site to build this into the home page.