SpecialEffect New Website: Changing lives with tecnology

SpecialEffect New Website: Changing lives with tecnology Archive

Urban Element choose one charity a year to support. In 2012 we built a new website for Special Effect because of their amazing and life changing work. Special Effect is a charity dedicated to enhancing  the quality of life for people with disabilities using technology.

Mark Saville from Special Effect wanted to overhaul their current website that offered no engagement.

"We needed to tell people the benefits of what Special Effect do quickly and visually. We do a lot more than help people play games. People sometimes see games and computer games as a social thing rather than ‘game therapy’ which it really is. We help people who are severely disabled use and access technology. We do whatever it takes to help people benefit from our services"

Special Effect Website Visuals

When we build websites, we go through a vigorous project process refined over the years, from sales and consultancy to design, build and testing.

Regardless of the size, industry or budget our approach ensures that we have done all we can to create a website that will help our clients achieve their goals.The whole Urban Element team were involved and the experience has brought both organisations much closer together. 

The new website is without doubt one of the best we have ever designed and built and was launched in December 2012. 

Before

Special Effect Previous Website

After

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Urban Element chooses a charity every year to work with and we are looking for a new challenge in 2013. 
Jon Ellard
- Director

A results driven, self-motivated and resourceful director with a proven ability to develop and strengthen client relationships. With 14 years marketing experience Jon’s main focus is to ensure clients receive return on investment from their online investment. Jon has excellent people skills and possesses the valuable ability to explain technically-complex subjects and make them comprehensible.

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