To redesign and develop a website for a charity driving to help educate young people about healthy relationships
Let Me Know is a charity offering a prevention programme against domestic violence, relationship abuse and sexual assault that equips young people to have healthy relationships during their teen years, but also embeds behaviours and expectations that are carried through into adult life.
LMK reached out to WeAgile when they needed the site redesigned to make it more intuitive for their target users but also highlight both the benefits and all the hard work they do.
What we did
- Ran a design sprint workshop to ensure we get the user experience spot on
- Applied the WeAgile sprint method to build, test, integrate, and improve the website fast
- Built the front end in WordPress CMS
- Constant collaboration with the senior leadership team to make sure everything went to plan
What we provided
The end-user experience was paramount to LMK to ensure their users could find the support they need in a few clicks.
With the audiences mainly consisting of Gen Z and Millenials it was vital that the site was built with a mobile-first approach.
As part of the rebuild, we implemented a user-friendly WordPress CMS to help the team with autonomy over their content and page layouts.