London
Wildlife Trust

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What does nature mean to you?

Web design

Web development (Webflow)

UX

Content strategy

The London Wildlife Trust cares for over 37 of London’s wild spaces giving wildlife a voice and inspiring people to connect with nature.

As part of the 2019 summer National Park City Festival the LWT launched a wildlife photography competition to celebrate the huge variety of nature in London.

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Being a collaboration between the London Wildlife Trust and the Mayor of London, the presentation of the web site needed to represent the branding of both organisations.

With the summer rapidly approaching the London Wildlife Trust approached us to design and develop a mobile friendly web site to promote the competition and allow contestants to upload and display their photographic entries.

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After talking through options we provided a wireframe (a set of simple diagrams setting out site navigation and content) to facilitate quick and easy refinements and agree the overall features and content flow.

The finished site, built using Webflow utilised a simple editorial-esq layout, a custom photo upload feature and an easy to use admin facility for reviewing applicants details and entries.

The result: The event culminated in an out-door exhibition at Pancras Square, Kings Cross which was attended by over 11,000 visitors with over 1,000 photos having been submitted.

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