Undertaking the task of creating a website for the prestigious and popular Bradgate Country Park, one of the best known areas of natural beauty in the East Midlands, proved to be an inspirational challenge. To undertake the complex process of structuring the historic park’s wealth of information into usable chunks was a sizeable task.
We also needed to satisfy the needs of a charitable status organisation with one foot in the park’s 15th century history, but with the vision and enthusiasm to look towards the 21st Century.
The requirement to remain ever more competitive in the supply of information to attract discerning visitors hungry for accurate information meant that the charity needed to take that first leap into the void. As this was their first toe in the digital water, to give the park a formal web presence that was authoritative and accurate, making the right choice was extremely important.
Our design solution, Sitelayer, provided the appropriate means to meet this challenge whilst maintaining the essence of what the park is to the general public and park patrons.
The flexibility for page layout and content management that Sitelayer offers has been received with great enthusiasm and consequently been examined with rigour by the park’s orchestrator, Michael Harrison.