All kinds of people have contributed to The Casement Project. It’s important that we communicate and connect with a wide audience and having a good website is an essential part of being able to do that. A website provides people with information, it gives them a sense of the project, it’s a document of what’s happened and, as a result, it’s an integral part of the project in its own right.
I’m delighted that the Realex Web Awards 2016 have recognised the great job that Karen Hanratty and the team at Pixel Design have done on thecasementproject.ie. It won best microsite in this year’s awards – thanks to its superb design, and to its content too, I’d like to think! Karen designed my personal website www.fearghus.net and I appreciate the time she takes to listen to how I wanted the website to reflect the values of the whole project, as well as being functional and accessible.
Thanks to Annette Nugent and Kate O’Sullivan who are looking after The Casement Project‘s communications and who helped shaped the website too.