We specialise in working with the not-for-profit sector throughout the UK, as well as working with small businesses in Bath, Bristol and the South West.
We begin by listening to you so that we can understand:
- What you want to achieve.
- Who your audiences are.
- What resources you have available.
We can then use our knowledge and skills to help you make your digital communications as effective as possible. We can help with websites, blogs, broadcast emails and social media (Facebook, Twitter etc).
Susie Wright has worked on websites since 1995, the early days of the web in the UK. Until September 2005 she was New Media Manager at Amnesty International UK. She helped establish their original website in 1995 and led its development to the interactive site of today.
Susie has an MA in Electronic Communications & Publishing from University College, London, and wrote her dissertation about digital campaigns.
A great deal of Susie’s work has been with the not-for-profit sector, helping organisations make the best possible use of the web and other digital channels. She specialises in strategy, digital writing, and tender and project management on digital & web developments.
She also works with small businesses in the South-West, helping them to make their digital presence as effective as possible.
Susie’s main skills, experience and expertise lie in:
- Managing & carrying out strategic reviews of websites
Clients include BOND, Participation Works and Homeopathy Direct.
- Writing & editing web copy to ensure it is web-friendly
Clients include ARTICLE 19, Charity Technology Trust, Ethical Property Foundation, Muscular Dystrophy UK, Norwood, and Sexual Health On Call (Brent).
- Developing and writing web and digital strategies
Clients include Child Rights Connect, International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, MAF UK, National Autistic Society, New Israel Fund and Send a Cow.
- Advising on best practice on the web – particularly usability, information architecture & writing
Clients include Refugee Council, New Israel Fund and Villiers Park Educational Trust (CPD project).
- Training in digital writing, web content management systems and using social media (for example, Writing effectively for the web & blogs, Effective websites, Using WordPress, Using Facebook and Twitter)
Clients include MAF UK, Mind, PPC (London) and Womankind.
- Using social media effectively
Clients include Send a Cow and Sue Cooper Consulting.
- Developing and writing Request for Proposal documents and running tender processes
Clients include Action for Children, Ethical Property Foundation, MAF UK, and International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.
- Facilitating meetings and consultations as part of web strategy or development processes
Clients include Action for Children, Summer Uni, Trade Justice Movement and WWF-UK.
Web consultancy costs vary, according to what you need. For example, a review of your website can cost as little as £100. Please get in touch for further details.