We are thrilled to announce that our project for The National Autistic Society has won Kentico Xperience Site of the Year 2020 in the Best NGO and Associations category.
With more than 1,000 Kentico partners globally, the annual Site of the Year contest is fiercely competitive, recognising the best Kentico Xperience implementations from around the world. We are overjoyed to have come out on top and are immensely proud to have helped this charity which is especially close to our hearts.
Our CEO Dan Berry expressed his appreciation of the accolade:
“As a proud father of a child on the spectrum, I am particularly proud that we were able to help the National Autistic Society in its recent website relaunch given its critical work supporting people and families through diagnosis and beyond. We are delighted with the end solution and immensely pleased that the results it has achieved have been recognised in the 2020 Kentico Site of the Year awards. I want to say a huge thank you and massive congratulations to everybody involved in the project.”
The National Autistic Society needed an improved digital platform which would provide a better service to all those that the charity supports.Their new platform contributes towards transforming the lives of autistic people, improving the social perception of autism and encouraging action from a supportive audience. Ensuring that the digital world is neuro-diverse is a top priority for us at Delete / Kagool and Kentico Xperience offered us the tools to create a site which is accessible to and inclusive of all people. With a solid digital strategy, we enhanced the user journey using an intuitive content and navigation structure, designing stimulative interfaces that make the site exciting and engaging. We also designed an autism community for users to connect and share their experiences with advanced search and filtering to aid the discovery of Advice and Support content. Coupled with an integrated ecommerce platform, the accessible site is attracting more engagement and driving donations for the charity.
Commenting on the win, David Rossall, Digital Projects Manager at the National Autistic Society said:
“We’re thrilled to have our charity’s new website recognised in this way. With great support from Delete / Kagool, our in-house team have used an array of Kentico Xperience’s advanced features and excellent training to create a site that delivers life-changing advice and guidance to autistic people, their families and professionals. Working with autistic people we created ‘calm/vivid’ modes to ensure the site is more accessible for them and the clear navigation and design allow people to find the information they need and the many different ways they can engage with our charity. We’re already seeing the benefits of user engagement and satisfaction.”
Congratulations to The National Autistic Society and all of the team at Delete / Kagool. Hard work really does pay off!
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