Sightsavers Website

Responsive website design for an international charity.

Sightsavers is an international non-governmental organisation that works in more than 30 countries to treat and prevent avoidable blindness, and to promote equality for people with visual impairments.

They needed a re-design of their current site, which had a complicated and inconsistent presence through devices. I focused on improving the branding throughout the experience, prioritising accessibility and giving the message (the problem, the solution, what can be done to help) as clear and simple as possible. 

The process was inspiring for me and the outcome was very satisfying for the client. We created powerful designs and visual languages for mobile and desktop, strengthened the brand identity and improved the accessibility a lot. You can see the designs for desktop and mobile below, check the mobile mockup here as well.
Some of the pages: Home, Appeal, Article, About, Deep Content
Screens from the mobile website
Homepage for desktop and mobile
Homepage scrolling down
How the navigation and countries menus work