Conservation website design

Salt Way Activity Group

Helping preserve an ancient road in Banbury.

Volunteer website design

About The Project

We are passionate about the environment around us and particularly love trees. We were thrilled when asked to help design this website for the Salt Way Activity Group which is a volunteer-run conservation group based in Banbury.

The group manage the Salt Way, an ancient road that passes south of Banbury. The website helps raise awareness of the conservation group and has helped attract numerous new members.

The website also provides a portal for information about the Salt Way and the various activities carried out by the group.  The latest news section helps publish the annual committee reports and other useful news posts.

Project Details

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What you need to know

How long does it take to build a conservation website?

If you already have a logo and the content (words and pictures) to go on the new conservation website, it will take approximately two weeks to build. A new logo will take about a week if starting from scratch and would need to be done first, as this provides the colours that will be used on your website.  We often find that writing the words to go on a conservation website often take longer than expected but we would provide guidance on this.

How do you edit the conservation website once it is built?

We’ll provide full instructions on how to edit the words and photos on the conservation website as part of the build costs.  For major changes, we can provide a very competitive quote.

Do you need a logo for a conservation website?

Technically speaking you don’t need a logo for a conservation website.  That said, a professionally designed logo looks fab on a website and can really help you look credible.  We can help create you a new look with our logo design service.

Does a conservation website need to be responsive?

With over half of all internet browsing and searches done with a mobile phone or tablet, it is vital that a  conservation website works on these devices.  A properly designed conservation website should do just that and change its appearance depending on the screen size.  All of our conservation websites work on all devices.

How much does a conservation website cost?

Websites are quoted on a basis of how much work needs doing.  A very basic conservation website would start at £499. We know we are not the cheapest but strongly believe we provide a solid product, backed up by excellent customer service (see our reviews).

How can you make a conservation website stand out from the crowd?

Photos are key to making a conservation website look good. Visitors are more likely to contact you if you have good quality photos. Investing in a photographer will pay dividends in the long run, as well as providing you with photos for any printed material or social media posts.

What SEO do you need for a conservation website?

To get found, a conservation website will most likely need to be on the first page of Google or Bing.  This will require your website to have some search engine optimisation carried out on it.  All of our conservation websites have the on-page SEO done while being built.  You may need off-page SEO after the website goes live to get the best result.  We can help with that too.

Do reviews help a conservation website?

Absolutely, in this day an age, people expect to see some recent client reviews on your website. Reviews create trust and some would say are one of the most important factors in deciding who a client chooses.

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Our conservation website design expertise

As a full service web design company we can offer a wide range of services to get your conservation organisation the credible online presence it deserves.

A good website isn't an expense, it's an investment

Bespoke websites from as little as £499