WEB DESIGN

Tripability Website

Client: Client: Tripability | October 2017

Micheal and Graham approached us to develop the online platform for Tripability.  As the website is designed to assist the disabled community, it was important that it included accessability features such as text size and contrast adjustment.  The platform detects where the user is in the world so they can see at a glance what's nearby to them.

"We met David and his team through networking at a digital programme operated by the Ulster Business School at Ulster University. Their gent le humorous approach to life started the conversation about imagining the online presence for our project. A brand was developed in collaboration with DHD, following on from a series of interviews to understand our ethos and what it was we were trying to achieve. The website was something that needed to have specific disability requirements; simply by the nature of our company. These weren’t easy to convey, but the DHD team worked and reworked the product until it began to fall into a place we were happy with. I think partnerships are all about both sides having an understanding for one another and sharing ideas that might seem too silly, yet are moulded into something unique. Working with David Henderson Design has been unique and their capacity to listen to bring to life our visions has been a terrific journey."

Michael Holden, Tripability

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Tripability Website

Client: Client: Tripability | October 2017

Micheal and Graham approached us to develop the online platform for Tripability.  As the website is designed to assist the disabled community, it was important that it included accessability features such as text size and contrast adjustment.  The platform detects where the user is in the world so they can see at a glance what's nearby to them.

"We met David and his team through networking at a digital programme operated by the Ulster Business School at Ulster University. Their gent le humorous approach to life started the conversation about imagining the online presence for our project. A brand was developed in collaboration with DHD, following on from a series of interviews to understand our ethos and what it was we were trying to achieve. The website was something that needed to have specific disability requirements; simply by the nature of our company. These weren’t easy to convey, but the DHD team worked and reworked the product until it began to fall into a place we were happy with. I think partnerships are all about both sides having an understanding for one another and sharing ideas that might seem too silly, yet are moulded into something unique. Working with David Henderson Design has been unique and their capacity to listen to bring to life our visions has been a terrific journey."

Michael Holden, Tripability

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