We’re proud to be working with Sir Bobby Charlton’s charity, Find A Better Way
A proud association
We are very proud to have been appointed by Find A Better Way to re-design and build their website and also produce a suite of visually impactful infographics that present their work in a simple, yet effective way.
The organisation, founded by Manchester United great Sir Bobby Charlton, relies on its website to showcase how it is improving lives in some of the world’s poorest countries through landmine reduction and to inspire financial support to allow its work to continue, and it was felt that the site no longer reflected the nature and depth of the charity’s work.
A visually striking message
The new, content-rich website we developed for the charity is fully responsive for desktop, mobile and tablet and features an integrated third-party donation tool, providing a simple, user-friendly experience for donors who now have the choice of giving a one-off payment or monthly donation.
Striking imagery showcasing the charity’s three core sectors: research, education and humanitarian, feature prominently across the site to serve as a visual reminder of the importance of FABW’s work to visitors.
In addition to the website project, we produced a series of bespoke infographics that present their work in a visually interesting and informative way.
The graphics focussed on ensuring the charity’s key messages, hard work and future aspirations are fully communicated, and were utilised to great effect within their annual activity report document.
“I want to take this opportunity to thank the team at Bella Design & Marketing for the design and build of what we believe to be a fantastic new website. The design is consistent, not only throughout the website but also the FABW printed materials, adding a professional edge to how the organisation is portrayed.
You have a creative team there, who listen and deliver. Thank you, and we look forward to our continued work together.”
Lou McGrath OBE, Chief Executive Officer, Find A Better Way