Web Design

Stray Aid

ClientStray Aid

Project Overview
Stray Aid came to us looking for a new and professional website. After having previous websites created by a number of volunteers over a period, their existing website was un-organised and not particularly user friendly.

We worked with Stray Aid to develop a new site map, splitting large pages containing a lot of information, into smaller, bite-sized pages for the user to easily digest.

As well as finding forever homes for dogs and cats, Stray Aid also wanted the website to showcase its success stories, charity shops and also their fundraising events.

NewWebsite

WebsiteFeatures

PurrrfectProfiles

Individual profiles for all cats & dogs are displayed on the website containing the important information all potential adoptees need before registering their interest. The team at Stray Aid have multiple options to set for each animal such as their status, whether they can live with children/other animals and other relevant information.

In DepthRegistration Form

It is important for Stray Aid to have an in-depth registration form for users who are looking to rehome a furry friend, and with this in mind, we worked with Stray Aid to create the best flow possible to make the use of this form as straightforward as possible.

IntegratedDonation Tools

We integrated donation widgets on specific pages so that users can donate directly on the website rather than having to go elsewhere. With the excess steps removed, the chances of a user making a donation are increased.

Stray AidTestimonial

Discovery Design came highly recommended to us as a very professional organisation who would work with us to give us the website we wanted. And we have not been disappointed! We are so grateful to all at Discovery Design, especially James, Tom and Kate, for their hard work and dedication as they worked with us, coming up with practical solutions every step of the way. They made sure they had a good understanding of what we wanted, and the results are sensational! Thank you from all at Stray Aid.

Sue Bielby

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