We worked alongside RSNE to replace their ageing website and redirect it to the current URL. The previous site was not as user-friendly as RSNE would have liked, and they also wanted to improve the navigation, group relevant content together and enable users to submit information on red squirrel sightings in the north of England.
- Increased audience participation and site usage
- More time spent per visitor on the site
- Easier content management
- More flexibility: Drupal CMS allows for future development
We worked up a new design to increase awareness of RSNE conservation efforts and encourage more people to participate. We added functionality to enable visitors to submit sightings of red and grey squirrels.
We incorporated a highly visible Google map to show all of the red squirrel sightings in northern England.
Another happy client
− Nick Mason, Project Manager
Working with Hydrant is helping us develop conversations with people passionate about their red squirrels and collect high quality information vital for red squirrel conservation. Hydrant continue to be responsive and supportive as our project and audience grows