Website Developer

Website Developer

Short term project
J95553
At a glance

Skills

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

Where

Royal Leamington Spa, CV31 1ES
Remote opportunity

Time

Either in or out of office hours Estimate of time needed:
1-15 hours or 15-90 hours
Yo can manage the time as you need to. There is a deadline of going live by end of August.

Deadline

31 May 2024

We support textiles teachers and trainees with free training and resources. We rely on our website to provide information and a place to access these resources and diary of free events. That's why we are seeking help.

What will you be doing?

We need a new website developing, with teachers membership hub area, diary of events, ecommerce section, blog/news.

You will be given creative licence, while working within existing brand.

Our deadline is end of August before the new term starts.

What are we looking for?

You will be developing a new website using existing content from our current website and new content. You will have the expertise in web development to understand what we need and how to develop it, as well as setting out a plan for continued update of content and improving usability of the site. 

Key deliverables will include but not be limited to:

  • Auditing the current site content and provide suggestions on improvements
  • Create a site plan to show, menus, drop downs and user flow.
  • Develop the site 
  • Create a strategy and plan for ongoing maintenance and improvements 

You will be given creative licence and freedom to explore different options, however, the website will need to fit into the existing brand, and the board will need to approve the final website before going live.   

You'll work closely with the Chair of the organisation who will be on hand to support and we are flexible in how you manage your time and input. 

We would like the site live by end of August before schools go back.

What difference will you make?

Your input will shape how we present ourselves to our users, stakeholders, funders and general public. With your help we will be able to continue to support textiles teachers who would normally not have any opportunities for networking and training to support their teaching.

Before you apply

Please contact us via Reach with any questions. We will arrange a short call for potential suitable candidates and discuss the role in more detail.

Causes
  • Arts
  • Education
  • Local / community
  • Mental health
  • Young people
  • Organisation type: 
    Small or unincorporated organisation

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