We specialise in providing accessible, modern web design for voluntary, non-profits, charities and the public sector.
Collaborative development and familiarity with the culture of non-profits and public sector organisations are unique strengths that we bring to each project.
The Lothian Centre for Integrated Living provided the following feedback which demonstrates the collaborative approach we take:
As a user-led disability organisation, we were looking for a website that was easy to use, fully accessible, colourful and attractive. Jim worked with us over many months, listening carefully to our ideas which frequently changed and developed as time progressed. One of the specifications for the website was for a new online advice facility providing live, interactive advice directly to our service users. Jim provided us with the expert knowledge we needed to set this up. His technical expertise was invaluable and he gave us lots of good advice about what would work best, always ensuring that he was meeting our individual needs. We are very happy with the completed website that Jim has produced. It is a unique, accessible, eye catching website that will serve us for years to come. We have also had some fantastic feedback from our service users and stakeholders. Jim continues to provide us with advice and help with the website and is always friendly and helpful. We would be happy to recommend Jim Byrne to any organisation looking for help with creating a new website.
Catherine Garrod, Information Co-ordinator, The Lothian Centre for Integrated Living (LCIL)
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Feedback from clients,
Jim’s support helped us think through the different issues associated with developing our website to meet our needs as well as accessibility essentials. His feedback at different stages of the process was also an important factor in helping us shape and improve our design.
Julia Waldman, Deputy Director Higher Education Academy’s Subject Centre for Social Policy and Social Work (SWAP)
I would recommend Jim’s services to anyone who is considering investing in a website. Jim has a professional, patient manner and takes care to listen and act on his clientís requirements.
Karen Campbell Clinical Hypnotherapist
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