Digital agency Good Technology has been appointed to redevelop Save the Children’s Web site. The new site will launch in late Spring 2003.
The redeveloped Web site will be designed to cater for a broad range of visitors, informing both the professional as well as children who are interested in the charity through to educators looking for teaching material and volunteers searching for opportunities to support Save the Children.
Good Technology, a new entrant to the charity sector, was selected for its “technical, creative and strategic expertise”, according to Matthew Travers, e-business manager for Save the Children. The company has been nominated as Agency of the Year at the Revolution Awards 2002, won three D&AD Awards in as many years for clients including Audi, Mini and the original Kylie Minogue, and received a BAFTA nomination for its work on U2.com.
Richard Davies, MD of Good Technology, commented: “We are excited that our client base will now extend to the charity sector and our work will no doubt be beneficial in helping Save the Children communicate their key messages to a wider audience.”
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