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Charity websites – Most of which no longer exist due to funding cuts.

Step-Up Wiltshire Project (Learning Curve, Charity Information Bureau SW, Volunteers Swindon)

An accessible ‘knowledge base’ for voluntary and community sector. The functionality included a customised document management system with bespoke search functionality and an customised accessible slider.

“I recommend SensoryStore as excellent to do business with – they have been very understanding of the constraints we work under as a charity and have interpreted our needs to produce a very professional and user-friendly website. Many thanks to Sonia for her willingness to come up with creative solutions and for her patience in dealing with our decisions by committee!”
Kirsty Haasjes – Charities Information Bureau.

Voluntary Sector Training Alliance (ViSTA)
I have completed several accessible websites for this provider.

Website Update – To better reflect their change of services. Functionality included the ability for the administrator to add multi-page project information. This website was responsive.

Commissioning Platform (in partnership with CHYPPS)
A bespoke solution to enable commissioners to broadcast tendering opportunities and for service providers to register their interests. The system included a searchable service providers database. (Accessible)

Other projects included: New logo, recruitment website, Learning Management System and various small sites. 

“We’ve used SensoryStore for several projects now and Sonia is always approachable, easy to work with and able to find solutions to questions we keep throwing her. SensoryStore are a small, professional organisation with a great ability to design bespoke solutions and respond to a variety of needs of information and communication technology.”
Year first hired: 2007 (hired more than once).
Top Qualities: Personable, Good Value, High Integrity.
Laura Gower – ViSTA (Voluntary Sector Training Alliance).

Children’s and Young Peoples Services Somerset

Main Website
Functionality included a newsletter system, a database of local youth services providers and public upload facilities to showcase work done by a generational project.

“SensoryStore offer an informative, friendly, flexible and professional service.  I have found in SensoryStore an invaluable willingness to research and design tailor made products, which always meets the needs of our organisation”.
Cara Faulkner – Project Manager, CHYPPS (Children and Young Peoples Partnership Somerset).

SHINE Somerset – Accessible website with health care providers database.
SCIPP – Re-Branding and accessible website with news, events, forum and voluntary and community sector database.
South West Workforce Development Partnership – Accessible Learning Management Platform (“Supporting the Learners Journey”) and USB application for training material, training.
West of England School and College – Accessible website, including videos with subtitles and captioning, USB application for training materials
Somerset Waste – Build and hosting of a newsletter registration form.
Somerset Lesbian Network – Website with customised events section.


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