The NADP’s (National Association of Deafened People) old website was outdated, had a number of usability issues, and did not represent their work for the deafened community. Our brief was to update the old NADP brand and build their new site. The NADP also wanted to create a private forum on the site to allow their members a safe place to interact.
Through our consultancy process, we helped NADP to re-think the architecture of their site to help the user experience. We designed and developed a responsive CMS WordPress website with special attention to the accessibility of the site. We integrated Buddy Press and BBPress social & forums to give registered members the ability to use the site to interact.
During the process, we also re-branded the NADP. We felt the old logo, colours, and font choices needed modernising.