The website has been developed in conjunction with Bigfish, a local full-service creative agency specialising in design and digital. Designed to improve the association’s connection with its diverse student body, the website incorporates best-practice user requirements and introduces a number of new features.
Students will find the website easy to use on the go, with a responsive, user-friendly interface that is designed for every device. An intuitive navigation system and improved menu functionality ensures that relevant information will be simpler to find. The website also meets new accessibility standards (WCAG 2.0 AA), supporting equal access and inclusion.
Executive Officer Mariah said the new website reflects the Association’s mission in supporting all students, regardless of ability or circumstance.