Site Launch – Child Friendly Alice
iFactory is proud to add the Australian Red Cross to its roster of clients with the website launch of their Child Friendly Alice initiative
The ambitious project is a new community collaboration initiative by the Australian Red Cross aimed at the Alice Springs community and surrounds. It combines on the ground action with an online presence for maximum awareness and impact. The end goal for Child Friendly Alice is to increase community-based commitment to population level change across the age demographics in Alice Springs for many aspects of day to day life.
To help achieve these goals, Red Cross needed a website that would be attractive to community members, local organisations in addition to research bodies. It would also need to accommodate a multitude of visual aids such as infographics.
iFactory took on the challenge with an engaging website that allowed anyone to quickly and easily add new content as further research or community initiatives become available. The site was built with speed in mind for low-bandwidth areas.
Visit the Child Friendly Alice site to see our work and find out more about the initiative.
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