What do you do when your client claims to hate websites, but then asks you to design one? You ask why they hate websites of course.

Learning To Inspire provide learning and leadership programmes to companies and individuals. Their existing website was the opposite of them – static and uninspiring – so they asked us to create something new, different, and unique. Our challenge was to create a website which would inspire visitors who don’t know what they’re looking for to explore, but at the same time make it simple for those who do to find the information they want.

The result is an engaging experience for visitors, encouraging them to explore via a series of questions, displaying relevant content based on the answers they provide. The site was cleverly developed to be content managed, meaning that the client has the power to update key content.

Jane Douglas, MD told us, “By the end of our first meeting you had patiently and expertly extracted from us the qualities required for our website, leaving us with the distinct impression that here is a company that listens. Your presentation of ideas proved beyond doubt that you had listened. The concept and storyboards were cutting edge; I had never seen anything like it before, it was a thrilling experience to see something visual appear from just a few words. If early indications are anything to go by, the results will be inspiring.”

Visit the site here.

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