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Jim Byrne Accessible Website Design Glasgow for The Third Sector, Voluntary, Charities and Not for Profits

Accessible design for the Third Sector
Creating inclusive websites since 1996
Jim Byrne Web Designer

Website Design Portfolio

Scottish Accessible Information Forum WebsiteThe design and development of the new Scottish Accessible Information Forum (SAIF) website has been completed and is now live.
Considerable discussion and thought ensured that the new Scottish Accessible Information Forum (SAIF) website would represent a substantial improvement over the existing site. The organisation of site content has been greatly simplified: all of the text has been revised and the site makes greater use of social media for the sharing of site content. Read the full SAIF redesign case study.

Photo: British Disabled Angling AssociationThe British Disabled Angling Association (BDAA) needed a website to provide a ‘one stop shop of information and advice’ for disabled and non-disabled anglers. The BDDA provide individual and group coaching, a fisheries directory and access audits of fisheries among other services. Read the British Disabled Angling Association case study.

Photo: York ILS.York Independent Living Scheme The job was to design an accessible, modern looking, easy to use site to promote York Independent Living Scheme and to provide news, PA employment opportunities and Independent Living information. Read the York Independent Living Scheme case study.

Contact us today. We are hugely experienced award winning web designers and developers. Please read what our clients are saying about how we helped them meet their aims.

Or phone to talk over your ideas: 0141 576 9446.

Photo: Get Connected and :Lead. Get Connected and Lead. In addition to providing a way for students to manage their SQA course content and submit work, the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) for Get Connected and Lead had to be accessible and highly interactive. Read the Get Connected and Lead Case study.

Photo: Council for Learning Resources website design. Council for Learning Resources in Colleges A fresh new design that integrates social networking features to serve the needs of CoLRiC members Read the CoLRiC case study.

Photo: Ability Fest 2009/10/11 conference website.Ability Fest 2009/10/11 Conference A much needed redesign of the Ability Fest website; to make the content better organised, visually more appealing and more attractive to sponsors Read the Ability Fest 2009 case study.

Image: North Lanarkshire Federation website. North Lanarkshire Federation of Tenants’ and Residents’ Associations (NLF) The NLF website is designed as a directory of, and support site for, local residents groups. Read the NLF website design case study….

Image: 8th Annual Conference of the European Sociological Association.8th Annual Conference of the European Sociological Association The European Sociological Association required a website for their annual conference. The website integrates with their booking and payment system. Read the conference website design case study….

Photo: Orro Designer Jewellery.Orro Contemporary Jewellery Orro provides customers with jewellery from Europe’s leading designers. A website was commisioned that would be attractive to their target market, reflect the design aesthetic of the jewellery, and showcase the modernist interior of the shop itself. Read the Orro website design case study….

Image: Community Food and Health Scotland.Community Food and Health (Scotland)’s website The Community Food and Health (Scotland) was developed with The Graphics Company. The aim was to develop an easy to use website and with fast access to the Community Food and Health PDF library and database of Community Food Initiatives. Read the community health website design case study….

Image: Scottish Churches House.Case Study: Scottish Churches House Scottish Churches House is an ecumenical conference centre offering accommodation for conferences, meetings and celebrations. The centre is based in Dunblane, has a range of facilities for groups and individuals. Read the Scottish Churches House website design case study….

Image: Womans History Scotland.Womens History Scotland Website. The website promotes study and research into the history of women working in Scotland or working on Scottish themes. Read the Womans history website design case study….

Feedback from clients,

Jim delivered exactly what we wanted, to a difficult time scale and with constantly changing requirements. He quickly grasped what was required and constantly delivered high quality work right on target. I would have no hesitation in recommending Jim for building accessible and usable web-based resources quickly and effectively. We will certainly be using his services again in the future.

Dr Simon Ball Senior Advisor JISC TechDis Service

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Contact us today. We are hugely experienced award winning web designers and developers. Please read what our clients are saying about how we helped them meet their aims.

Or phone to talk over your ideas: 0141 576 9446.

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