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Web design agency helps charity program for women

on Wednesday,April 08,2009 21:04

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British web design company greensplash Ltd has unveiled a website for Women In Need (WIN), a charity which helps abandoned women suffering from a variety of health and socio-economic problems in India.

The goal of WIN is to facilitate the spreading of awareness about women suffering in impoverished parts of India through online communities and social media networks.

With the new website, the charity hopes to create an effective web presence to raise its profile and communicate the stories of the women helped by WIN. As such, it wanted a website that clearly communicates its messages but does not feel ''corporate.''

The final design, which is visual yet minimal, enables website users to obtain clear information about the charity''s work and how they can help.

"greensplash has provided us with a website that we are proud of and which projects the charity''s work in the most informative way," says Leah Pattison, founder of WIN.

"The feedback we have received from our donors has been very positive," she adds.

WIN is a registered charity that helps women in India suffering from the physical and social scars of leprosy, as well as treating other problems such as HIV/AIDS, mental illness and the effects of rape and abuse.
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