After I undertook a project for the Centre For Policy Studies based in Westminster, I was introduced to CapX. Their site was only a couple of years old but needed a re-jig in places, therefore instead of a completely new design (as their previous agency had suggested, at a ridiculous cost) I suggested refreshing what they already had. It needed a bit of a UX overhaul and some refinements, but it had good bones to work with.
I designed and developed a new footer, article hero section, floating social media share panel, podcasts block, as well as made tonnes of functional and visual improvements. With a site that received as much traffic as this one, an astonishing amount, it was followed up by performance and security enhancements too. I had to completely rebuild the forms from their old system to a new, more modern and secure version.
The search on the site had not been working properly and they also had some specific logic they wanted it to follow, so I revamped the search function – increasing dwell time on the site and improving visitors’ ability to find content they’re interested in. With internal and external articles, this site has an organised CMS set up, which allows the editors to add different types of content to the site with ease.
Since then I’ve provided website support to CapX, helping them to acquire domains, manage web hosting and carry out maintenance. A great client to work with!