Web design for an environmental charity…

Peterborough Environment City Trust approached us to rethink their online presence.

Using this project as an opportunity to modernised their brand identity, PECT was born – with a digital platform that allows them to grow their marketing reach, deliver their charitable objectives, use their experience to attract national funding, and project a more dynamic and engaging image to the public.


PECT Homepage

Engagement as a priority

PECT’s vision was to produce more than an online brochure – they wanted to engage with the public in new ways. Working with them, we opened up their site to public submission, meaning that green activities and jobs can be listed by anyone, positioning PECT as an invaluable resource in the city for delivery of this information.

We also created a dynamic volunteer centre, combining Twitter and Instagram into a wall of volunteer experiences to aid in the recruitment of this invaluable element of their workforce.

Emphasis on fundraising and donations, volunteer recruitment and getting people engaged in their current portfolio of awesome projects was the stepping off point for this exciting WordPress project. As standard, we focused on improving upon SEO, user experience and handled migration from an existing CMS for all content.

PECT Events PECT Event Submission Form

Interactive timeline

The site includes an interactive timeline showcasing the charities 25 year legacy around the city and beyond, with photography and further information on their impact.

PECT History

Designed to communicate

PECT used this opportunity to radically overhaul their service offering, simplifying it in to 4 key areas – The Natural Environment, Health and Wellbeing, Community and Education, and Responsible Resource Use.

Helping the community

An interactive search component was specially designed to allow PECT to ask site visitors about their needs, and deliver meaningful results from across the site content.

PECT website

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