We’re proud to unveil our latest web design project for revolutionary east London charity, Wen.
The Women’s Environmental Network aims to achieve equality, justice and joy at the point where gender and environmental issues meet.
Founded in the 80’s, they have grown to be a leading voice in the environmental movement, with big name supporters such as Anita Roddick, Caroline Lucas and Peggy Seeger.
Wen’s website hasn’t changed in years and was not showcasing the vital work they do. As one of the most established and radical environmental movements in the UK, the new site needed to be forward-looking and impactful.
Our design has created a much simpler user journey, making it easy for the audience to get involved with their different campaigns. And a bold new text and image style reflects their rebellious roots, while remaining clean and informative.
“We’ve had really great feedback on our new website… Wen’s previous brand was very serious and didn’t reflect the vibrant, joyful reality of our work so we love how the new website uses colours, images and slogans to effectively reflect who we are”. – Beth Summers, Co-Director.
As well as designing and building their new website, Good Beans created an array of communications collateral for the charity including a new newsletter design, leaflets and worksheets.
“Wen is a small organisation so we needed low-fi, high-impact solutions for our future comms work. Good Beans developed an amazing suite of slick, simple templates for a whole range of collateral and gave us toolkits and training on how to use them.”
Are your comms in need of some attention? As a small team specialising in purpose-driven business, we can help get your message heard. Get in touch for a (jargon-free) chat.