Sharing drowning prevention
Context: Royal Life Saving Society (RLSS) Commonwealth who takes a leadership role in the 32 Commonwealth countries to advocate for drowning prevention at an inter-governmental level.
The requirement: The RLSS Commonwealth WordPress website had become cumbersome to use. The ability for the RLSS to make updates easily and share content with members and the public was being restrained by an outdated structure and design. Glued were invited to redesign the website from structure through to an improved responsive design. A members area was also needed to start to create a central repository for documents and policies.
The outputs: WordPress was retained as the core functionality to the site, new easy to use drag and drop layouts were added to pages allowing the team at RLSS Commonwealth to control and edit every aspect of the site.
The design was updated to reflect the brand and allow for a wide range of documents, articles and images to be loaded. Some would be publicly available while others would require member login.
This was all achieved in one WordPress site allowing for easy updates.
The results: After training from the team at Glued, RLSS Commonwealth now make updates on a regular basis and members are using and accessing content.
The members area is now being expanded into a larger document store: allowing important Drowning Prevention information to be shared around the 32 Commonwealth countries.
“Our updated website allows us to easily share knowledge with our Commonwealth members. Glued helped us make the process easier. Our brand is well represented online.”Emma Harrison, Operations Manager, RLSS Commonwealth