Together with the volunteers of e-NABLE, we created the website based on our ideas.
The content was provided by the organisation and we helped with customizing the provided images.
As the logo already existed, we used those colors on the website as well. The blue color for backgrounds, the red for clear call-to-action buttons and other highlights.
Showing many images help to awake emotions of the visitors and tell the story of the organisation in a visual way.
Using an arrow form as dividers, we pick up the design of the prosthetics, which are technical devices and have edges as well. Also we guide towards the call-to-action buttons.
A shadow below the call-to-action areas and the buttons are visualizing 3D effects and represent the 3D printing technology used for the prosthetics.
The realisation of the design
The website is based on the content management system WordPress and the Divi theme from Elegant Themes. This allows us for full control of design and functionality and an gives an easy to use website to the organisation.
New hosting and domain
Besides the website, e-NABLE Medellín was in need of a new hosting service. We recommended a new hosting and set up everything needed to publish the website.
e-NABLE Medellín also got a new domain. We set up the new domain and a redirection from the old to the new domain. This way visitors always get to the new domain.