Hospice Isle of Man
“Shane responded to our request, at very short notice, for a volunteer web developer to help support Hospice Isle of Man’s launch of a major local fundraising campaign, Tap2Donate. We found Shane to be extremely personable and approachable, continually offering practical development advice, and helping us to finalise the design brief. He meticulously interpreted our thoughts and functionality requirements to help deliver the launch of our campaign.
The developed website looked and functioned just as we’d hoped and throughout the process he actioned any amendments and enhancements as we required. Shane continually offered practical and creative solutions and once launched, thoroughly handed over the ongoing maintenance and updating of the site to us, generously volunteering his ongoing support should we require.
He has been a pleasure to work with and we would not hesitate to recommending him for web development projects.”
Head of Marketing, Hospice Isle of Man
When I saw an advert on Hospice Isle Of Man’s Facebook page for a volunteer web developer to help build a website for their next fundraising campaign, I was keen to get involved. Little did I know that Hospice Isle Of Man was about to launch some revolutionary tech that would change the way people donate to charities for the better. As an increasing number of people choose contactless payments over cash, charities have seen the number of charitable donations decrease significantly. Hospice Isle Of Man decided it was time to do something about it. If you haven’t already seen it, Hospice Isle Of Man has partnered with LibertyPay and Tap For Change to introduce a contactless solution for their charity donations.
Tap2Donate.im is a simple, single-page website that provides an overview of the technology used and possible way’s to use the donation boxes to help fundraise for Hospice Isle Of Man. Because the design needed to fit with an existing brand, the charity couldn’t rely on a simple template and required a bespoke solution that would tie the two elements together. Within the website, I embedded promotional videos, a mailing list, a contact form, and included a feed from their Facebook and Instagram Pages.
It was a pleasure working with both Symon Walmsley, Head of Marketing, and Jamie Biddulph, Marketing Apprentice, and at the same time supporting such a great cause.
If you’re looking to run a campaign or simply need a new website, then get in touch with your requirements and I can talk you through the web design packages I offer.