Get ready for the Referees' Association website redesign
By Digital Reflow on March 01, 2019
For over 100 years, the Referees’ Association (RA) has been supporting football referees throughout England at all levels of the game. Now playing a vital role in the National Referee Strategy, where they will provide important support and guidance, mentoring referee development.
The RA has developed to the point at which it needs a complete overhaul of its website and members area. This will provide huge value for current members, partners and sponsors.
What will the new design involve?
The new website design will provide information, guidance and support for visitors. Transforming the existing interface to an easy to navigate, innovative and user-friendly site.
The new member’s area will accommodate a training and development platform that presents, information around welfare, representation and member benefits. The seamless interactivity will allow members to easily navigate the variety of content. It will include an interactive element allowing members to comment and voice their opinions, encouraging positive discussion and debates.
Open to all members, the online learning section will boast a selection of modules containing content for users to read, watch and most importantly learn. Members will have the ability to take part in quizzes to encourage engagement.
What we’re going to do…
We will provide RA with a bespoke content management system (CMS), that’s user-friendly and easy to manage. Within the CMS, the team at RA will be able to amend the site’s content and navigation effortlessly. Built entirely from-scratch, their unique interface meets demands faced specifically for RA.
We will work closely with RA using our experience and skill-set to deliver a website that captures its ethos — support, companionship and guidance — at the same time as allowing it to develop and grow the organisation internationally.
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