Inspire, the Foundation for Inclusion which helps over 1000 individuals with various disabilities including Down Syndrome, Autism, Cerebral Palsy and others by providing services and programmes, has recently launched their newly revamped website. The new online space delivers an improved user experience through a simple, clean design with enhanced features, functionality and navigation, enabling visitors to experience Inspire’s services.
Designed and developed by the Concept Stadium, the challenge was to create a website that was contemporary in design yet providing easier navigation. In this respect, UX and simplicity were the key focus areas, and as such the revamped website includes mobile-friendly and browser compatibility for convenient multi-device access, a new membership and booking system, and a donations module which enables visitors to easily make donations online and an easier and more intuitive event management pages, while integrating tickets and online payments.
“We have worked very closely with the Inspire team in order to deliver a website with particular focus on easier navigation, systems and content that works well across all screen sizes,” commented Jonathan Dalli and Jonathan Chetcuti, Founders and Directors at the Concept Stadium. “We also made sure that not only do we include essential information about the Foundation, with a clear visual element of the service offering; but also presenting this in a contemporary and visually attractive form.”
Inspire believes that everyone has a right to equality and inclusion. Their mission is to try to help everyone with a disability achieve this and they do this by providing individuals and their families with educational, therapeutic and leisure services. They also advocate for inclusion, educate the general public, raise awareness among peers, and hold the best knowledge base on disability on the island.
The newly designed website can be accessed through https://inspire.com.mt.