Immy approached us because she wanted to make a difference in the world and had an idea to get others involved via her own website. Immy had a lot of ideas about how to do this. After productive initial conversations, we were able to use our experience and expertise to bring those ideas to life.
One Positive Change is a membership-based website that encourages members to take part in challenges, suggests eco-friendly alternatives to introduce to their every day and offers advice to people who care about the environment. The website has a wide variety of engaging functions such as clickable counters to say you’ve taken part in a challenge with real-time updated totals, an interactive map and filterable list of refill shops, and a gallery for user-submitted images. Because the site is solely aimed towards user interaction, UX and ease of navigation were paramount to the success of One Positive Change.
In addition to being easy for users, the site needed to easy for the One Positive Change team to manage. The end result is just that. A clean, crisp, easy to use website with everything One Positive Change need in the backend to be able to edit, update and grow the website along with the organisation.