The Brand Agency creates new website for Churchlands Senior High School

Last week one of Perth’s leading public schools, Churchlands Senior High School launched its new website, developed by The Brand Agency.

Prior to development of the website a useability review was conducted by the agency and recommendations were made on content organisation and page structure. As a result a new CMS was introduced, along with the production of a new style guide, pattern library and visual identity.

The result is a fresh clean brand for the school positioning it as ‘the school of opportunity’ and a website that enables flexible updating by the school’s staff and easy self-service for parents.

Marketing and Media Officer for Churchlands, Nawal Leon Kurson said “Working with The Brand Agency has been a very positive experience, they listened to our needs and developed a solution tailored to our audience. We are very pleased with the outcome and have received outstanding feedback from parents, alumni and staff members. The website is now easy to navigate and user-friendly.”

Paul Hamilton, Head of Digital Projects at The Brand Agency added, “A school's website says a lot about its core values and identity. It needs to provide a window for parents and staff to stay informed, whilst attracting new students in a competitive landscape. Therefore, our approach was heavily focused on consumer experience and placed their needs at the heart of the solution. The outcome sets a benchmark for a school website and following our solution for The Methodist Ladies College, continues to position the agency as a thought and delivery leader within this market.”

Client: Nawal Leon Kurson                         

Technical Director: Matt Lawrence

Experience design and strategy: Jacqueline Taylor              

Development lead: Tim Everts

Developers: Nehal Pindolia, David Woodward, Joshua Allen

Digital Design: Luke Lucas

Brand Design: Carly Groves 

Media Technologist: Naomi Fuller

Original article posted on Campaign Brief 01/03/17

Article posted by Paul Hamilton