We recently designed, built and launched an informative and engaging website for Crewe Town Board. This team of leading figures from Crewe’s civic and business community have come together to develop a Town Investment Plan to secure up to £25 million in Government funding for Crewe. We were successful in our bid to win the project in early December 2020. The website needed to be live on 6th January 2021. To add an extra level of complexity, it also needed to conform to AA compliance – an accessibility standard meaning the website can be used and understood by the majority of users with a disability.
The site was also required to use the Crewe ‘Place’ brand, previously developed by Hemmingway Design. We were careful to ensure this was used to maximum effect across the pages – making particular use of the patterns and shapes created.
The whole process including wireframes, design, build and testing was done within a two-week timeframe, and the site successfully launched on time. The team at Crewe Town Board are delighted with the result. Adam Knight, Theatre Director of Crewe Lyceum Theatre and member of Crewe Town Board said of working with us:
“JG Creative were selected to develop weareallcrewe.co.uk to establish a website presence for the newly formed Crewe Town Board. This was a crucial project required to go live within an incredibly tight timeframe.
JG Creative’s professional and engaging team have delivered an exciting, attractive and fully accessible website, bringing to life the visual identity of the newly developed town brand, incorporating feedback and contributions from multiple stakeholders, including the accountable body.
A project of this complexity would have been challenging to deliver in normal circumstances. Through the lens of a global pandemic, the positive focus of JG’s collaborative, creative and can-do approach has delivered a first class website aligned to showcase the collective ambitions of our town.”
David Edwards, Charity Executive Director of Flag Lane Baths and Town Board member, added: