Cambridge Women’s Resources Centre’s (CWRC) website has been awarded a Cambridgeshire Digital Award.
The redesigned website won Silver in the School, Education or Charity Website category, for effectively managing information as part of a charitable organisation.
The inaugural Cambridgeshire Digital Awards (CDA) awarded prizes to businesses across the county, exclusively dedicated to online work.
A welcoming portal
The charity, which supports women, through training, resources and opportunities, created the website working with Catfish Web Design.
Nicky Wrigley, CEO of CWRC, said: “We are delighted to be presented with an award for the design of our website which has enabled us to not only communicate with service users, fundraisers, trustees and the local community but also the ability to reach a wider audience.
Catfish Web Design created a website that we are proud of and we are incredibly thankful for the opportunity to work together.”
Services laid bare
Jane Horwood from Catfish Web Design, commented: “It is wonderful to receive recognition for our hard work and in particular, our work with local charities like CWRC.
“We designed the website with functionality in mind so that it is easy to navigate across a range of platforms for all audiences but also visually complimentary to the vibrant nature of the Centre.
“Having our approach to digital design in the charity sector recognised is a fantastic achievement for the whole team.”
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