BSHF shares environmental best practice with global audience

To provide access to information for a global audience, a website is essential to the organisation. It had one in place, but felt it was outdated.

The fact that the content also needed updating underlined the fact that they had no way of revising or adding to it in-house.

The decision was taken to have a new website created – one that could be easily changed by their own staff and that allowed visitors to interact. Having used Quiet Storm for a range of print work in the past bshf decided to ask the company to create a new-look site for it.

The result is one that is easy to navigate, has a number of forms and a database for visitors to use and can be updated on a continual basis by staff within the organisation. English and Spanish versions of the site have been created.

"www.bshf.org is a massive improvement on what we had before," Sylvia Guimaraes, Research Officer with the Coalville-based organisation said.

"Quiet Storm has achieved what we were looking for and we found them good to work with."

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