Our first project with the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust has just launched – a mini-site for their annual photography competition wwwt.org.uk/photo
The social media-friendly site allows users to upload their photographs, vote, email and link images with Facebook, Twitter and Flickr.
The WWT Photography Competition aims to find the best wildlife and scenery photographs taken at any of the 9 WWT centres around the UK, including the famous Slimbridge reserve in Gloucestershire.
The mini-site is the first of a number of projects we are undertaking with WWT
Tickbox have been commissioned to develop this important public-engagement website highlighting the impact of coastal change on Somerset communities.
We are creating a site which will provide information and an online meeting place for communities on the Somerset Coast directly affected by erosion and rising sea-levels.
It is a challenging site, with a very tight deadline, and is calling on a range of skills from complex information architecture planning, to copywriting, SEO and social media engagement.
We’re working on some creative ways to get across what is a complex and occasionally controversial subject in ways that engage, inform and inspire ordinary people to get involved in an issue that will have a significant impact on their communities.
Phase 2 of the project is now live: www.somersetcoastalchange.org.uk