To coincide with the launch of the Delivering Better Value in SEND Programme by the Department for Education, programme facilitators Newton Europe were seeking a scalable digital point of information site to keep partners up-to-date on project progress.
The Delivering Better Value in SEND Programme, released by the Department for Education, is a new programme to support local authorities improve SEND provision to children and young people. Delivery partners, Newton Europe, needed an accessible digital platform to update participants, facilitate gated access to resources and serve as a scalable feature of project delivery. Alongside this, with a stipulation that the finished site had to meet the government's Technology Code of Practice.
To facilitate quick delivery and scalability, our team designed for, and developed within our favourite CMS, Webflow. We helped tell the story of the DBV journey to date with video introductions, an interactive participants map and an easily navigable, user-restricted resource centre - all whilst meeting AA WCAG 2.1 standards. We implemented AccessiBe alongside this to facilitate accessible access to as many users as possible.
Read what the Newton Europe team thought about working with us.
"The thought they gave to the look, feel, and usability of the site was impressive. Purple Banana are understanding, thoughtful and on-time."