The Life Cycle Association of New Zealand

Project Details

www.lcanz.org.nz

Client: LCANZ Committee
Location: Nationwide
Services:CMS, Custom Post Type, Design, Hosting, Mobile friendly, Redesign, Responsive, SEO, WordPress
Launched: June, 2019


Testimonial

We’re absolutely thrilled with our new website and the feedback we’ve had since it launched has been amazing. We knew we needed to update, but the results have been so much more than we could have imagined.

Adrian created a fresh new look and feel, incorporating design elements from our logo without clutter. He added in some new ideas and great functionality to keep the front page up to date with news items, case studies and events. The site is responsive too, meaning it looks great on any platform.

The back-end functionality is simple and user-friendly, making it easy to maintain and update, while Adrian is on hand if we need any technical support. One of the highlights is our new member management functionality, allowing our members to take control of their own profiles while still controlling the fields they can use based on their membership level.
Adrian was great to work with through the process. He was patient and responsive, putting up with us tinkering & breaking things, quick to make tweaks and seemingly happy to answer our endless questions.

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LCANZ needed a trustworthy web designer to take over the hosting of their outdated Drupal website until such a time the funding could be approved for a redesign.

We designed this bespoke, responsive theme for the world’s greatest content management system (CMS), so it displays great on any size screen.

On top of the core WordPress post types we added custom content types for a few new segments of content: best practices, case studies and events.

Then we extended the core WordPress user management to allow members to manage their own information that was tiered based on what level membership they applied for.

Overall a great project to work on, always a slightly longer process working with a committee to sign-off but we got there in the end.