Case Study: Scottish Churches House

Image: Scottish Churches House.

Scottish Churches House is an ecumenical conference centre offering
accommodation for conferences, meetings and celebrations. The centre
is based in Dunblane, has a range of facilities for groups and individuals.

The website was developed in partnership with Richard Nicodème of Context Design.

Highlighted features

  • A colourful and attractive design, with lots of photographs and graphics to provide visitors with a good impression of what they can expect from the centre if they decide to make a booking.
  • The use of a content management system (QnECMS) to allow staff to update the site themselves.
  • In common with all website developed by Jim Byrne Accessible Website Design, the website uses XHTML to markup the pages and CSS (cascading style sheets) for layout and styling. This ensures the website will work on many different platforms and browsers and makes it easy to update the design in the future.

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