We've been creating web sites for young people since 1996 - for local authorities, charities and government agencies. Our work has helped:
- publicise positive acitivites for young people.
- obtain feedback from young people with mental health problems about the services they receive.
- helped provide support for groups such as children in care.
Our projects include:
- RVoice - a community site created for Bristol City Council's Children in Care.
- Puzzled Out - an online participation tool for young people with mental health problems, created for the NHS.
- Go Places Do Things - providing information for young people about events going on throughout Bristol.
- Change Tracker - an online assessment kit used by South Gloucestershire Council to help support young people at risk.
- Go Places To Play - helping children and their families throughout Bristol find safe places to play.
- MS ReadaThon - one of Ireland's largest annual fundraising campaigns, created on behalf of our friends at the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Ireland.
And some relevant blog articles that we have written about our work include:
- how we developed a Facebook strategy for children at risk.
- the launch of the Findability Bristol web site - for families with disabled children.
- how we helped increase user engagement on web sites for young people.
We work proactively with young people - we run running interactive workshops with them to show design work and discuss plans going forward so we can get their input and 'buy in'. We also encourage young people to be involved on an ongoing basis as project stakeholders and have found regular editorial contributions from young people invaluable.
We've also worked closely with several local authorities on social media policy - helping them use tools such as Facebook and Twitter effectively whilst adhering to safety rules and best practice.
All our staff are CRB checked to provide peace of mind.
If you'd like to discuss how we may be able to help you create an engaging, innovative web site for young people, please do get in touch!