Web Designer help upgrade - Archive imagery

Web Designer help upgrade - Archive imagery

Short term project
At a glance


  • SEO and analytics
  • Software and web development
  • Web design (including UX/UI)


City of London, EC1R 0HB
Remote opportunity
Travel limit? 100


Either in or out of office hours Estimate of time needed:
15-90 hours
Work from home, entirely flexible hours 1-3 hours per week over 2-3 months is estimated

Web design supporter will showcase our archive digital materials

Our archive materials that tell the story of Black Britain and the struggles against injustice

What will you be doing?

Our upgraded website will house digital archive materials that act as a showcase for educational and heritage projects.

In order to alleviate and mitigate loss of potential and risks to the Charity,

We need support with how to build heritage audience customer base and marketing leads on partnerships/educational / heritage platforms.

What are we looking for?

Web design experience

We are looking for someone who is happy to edit and produce short form texts

We'd like them to have an interest in Black British history or cultural heritage but Essentially, we are looking for hands on prep on materials to continue work on a new website building and populating

What difference will you make?

Archives hold really useful information - but most of all they tell stories that an intergenerational audience can relate to - once they can see and have access to data/images and first hand testimony.

Your specialist skills and expertise will transform the legacy of the work of Eric and Jessica Huntley - and help more people will get to experience and share in knowledge. 

The new idea of part of a longer-term digital transformation project. We have lots of content that require accessible formats. You can help us get online in a more interactive way.

Before you apply

  • Please contact us via Reach with any questions.
  • Interviews will be an informal Zoom chat with our chief executive
  • Please provide a short cover letter telling us about yourself, why you are interested in this role and your relevant experience
  • Arts
  • Black, asian and minority ethnic groups
  • Campaigning
  • Education
  • Human rights
  • Museums / heritage
  • Refugees / migrants
  • Young people
  • Organisation type: 

    The Friends of the Huntley Archives at LMA Foundation (FHALMA)

    FHALMA is a charitable foundation (2013) whose vision is amplify the legacy of Guyanese-born radical Black publishing pioneers...