Small Business Websites has recently completed a fully responsive, bespoke website for Stepping Stones training programme. The Stepping Stones programme is a training package on gender, HIV, communication and relationship skills created by the Salamander Trust charity. It has been used by many organisations in countries across the globe to address a wide range of issues.
We were asked to redesign and redevelop the Stepping Stones website as it needed a new, fresh, more user friendly design. We were told that the old website wasn’t easy to update, so it was essential that the new website had a simple Content Management System (CMS) for the team at Stepping Stones to be able to upload all their latest projects and news.
We decided to build the new website on a bespoke WordPress Content Management System, allowing the charity to have full control over their website content, anywhere and at any time. The bespoke CMS platform also allows them to easily maintain the website and is integrated with SEO tools for improved Google ranking.
The Stepping Stones website underwent a significant design update. The new website provides an improved, responsive contemporary interface and works across mobile, tablet and desktop devices. The new website’s structure is easy to access and allows visitors to learn more about Stepping Stones, browse the charity resources and sign up to their newsletter.
The Stepping Stones website is the second website Small Business Websites has created for the Salamander Trust charity.
The Stepping Stones website has recently been launched. Please visit: www.steppingstonesfeedback.org to view the website and read more about the Stepping Stones programme.
Content Management System
The website has been integrated with Content Management System (WordPress) allowing Stepping Stones team to easily manage pages and articles, as well as making it straightforward to maintain the website. The customised WordPress platform also makes it simple for the team to manage their digital assets like images and PDFs documents.