A charity website for the conservation of invertebrates

We worked with Buglife to replatform their aging Drupal website into WordPress, migrating membership data and rebuilding a range of bespoke functionality for the UK-based charity.

Tailored WordPress development

The Buglife website required a re-imagining of a complex and confused legacy site architecture to improve the user experience and bring fascinating and important information to the forefront. The site included:

  • A focus on converting visitors to financial donors
  • A membership subscription model with online payment
  • A series of mapping applications for surveys, pollinator maps and more
  • A bug directory and identification tool
  • Blog, news, events, vacancies and an online store

Project Features

Custom donation with recurring payments

Visitors can checkout using credit/debit cards or submit direct debit details for recurring memberships and monthly donations

B-Lines Map Integration

Users can submit details of conservation activity in the UK, which display on interactive maps, allowing visitors to drill down in more detail

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Bespoke members area

A membership platform including access to their magazine and member-only features such as debates and polls

Help Buglife save the planet

  • If we and the rest of the back-boned animals were to disappear overnight, the rest of the world would get on pretty well. But if the invertebrates were to disappear, the world’s ecosystems would collapse.

    Sir David Attenborough

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