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WRENmedia’s new website, designed and built by Rade Digital, emphasises their skills as global communications specialists. For over 20 years, WRENmedia have been in the business of making science accessible to audiences around the world.

Strong imagery forms an important part of the new design, making the site visually engaging and helping to highlight the range of activities WRENmedia undertake: transforming heavy reports into digestible documents plus providing advice and training on communication and PR strategies to build bridges between scientists and journalists.

The new website showcases how WRENmedia help to convey the value of their clients’ work to donors, policymakers and farmers. It is vitally important work, supporting the development of integrated, sustainable solutions to problems such as hunger, poverty, malnutrition and deforestation.

Easy to update and mobile-friendly, news and case studies can be added to the website whenever needed; social media integration ensures the latest tweets are posted on the site. Built on the Umbraco content management system, the new website makes sure key messages are quickly and clearly communicated.

"All of us at WRENmedia are delighted with the new website, which is clear, easy-to-use and looks great. We have received lots of compliments from our clients already” says Jessica Summer, editor and designer. “A big thanks to Steve and Charles for all their support throughout the process - we felt that they understood what we wanted from the finished site. Also, no question or query was too small when we were figuring out how to use it!"

To learn more about Rade’s responsive, content managed websites and how they can help your business make an impact, speak to Charles Robinson on 01502 478000.

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