Oak Hill College provide theological training to men and women for ministry in Anglican and Independent churches, including pastoral ministry, work with children and young people, and cross-cultural ministry in Britain and around the world.
When Oak Hill reached out to Red C their website was outdated, unstructured and not mobile responsive. Oak Hill needed a new website with a complete redesign of the interface and user journeys to enhance engagement.
Red C worked closely within Oak Hill’s new brand guidelines to design an engaging interface that would be easy for all website visitors to use.
Using the information provided by the client, we started by creating a comprehensive sitemap, to inform low fidelity wireframes. We did this by mapping out essential journeys for key user groups, considering their individual needs and the focus behind their visit to the site.
This allowed us to create a structure that was fit for purpose for a variety of users, ranging from prospective students to stakeholders in the college.
We separated the syllabus course details into collapsable elements, allowing the information to be displayed and absorbed effectively.
Red C designed a new website with a range of users and audiences in mind, from college stakeholders to prospective students. We created different user journeys that allowed each user to access the information they needed easily and efficiently.