Sense is a charity that helps people with complex disabilities and people who are deafbling communicate and experience the world.
It was a pleasure to be able to design people-focused pages for their marketing team.
Though this project had some strict constrains, we were able to land on a fun and functional solution.
Due to internal delays, the content for this project couldn't be provided at all for the design stage.
To make sure the website could start to be built on time, I sourced content from other parts of the client's website and used that as a placeholder.
The images were also intended to be placeholders and serve as an example of the quality of imagery appropriate for the project.
Placeholder text and imagery brought the wireframes to life, so the client could visualise the final product.
I created a very easy to use, but warm and people-focused website design for two pages that the marketing can use flexibly to reach its audience. This will aid in their fundraising efforts and will help to get site visitors to take action: making a donation on the donation page, or signing the petition on the petition page.