Quaternary Research Association (QRA) recently launched their new website, designed and developed by LUV

Monday 10 July, 2023

After winning the contract to deliver the website, we engaged and worked closely with the QRA team for several months to revamp the website to reflect the organisation’s current values and mission.

The new design is clean, modern and accessible, and we’ve extended their existing brand guidelines to include digital applications.

The new site provides a better user experience for QRA’s 1,000+ members and the wider public. It includes new features such as a functional events calendar, a comprehensive forms system, and an online shop where visitors can purchase QRA publications.

Fully responsive and built on WordPress CMS and hosted on a WPEngine server, it’s secure and works great across all devices, including desktops, laptops, tablets, and mobiles. It also includes integrated members’ management software that automates the 1,000+ member’s subscription plans. Part of the delivery focused on alleviating operational bottlenecks in the old website, where many tasks required manual intervention, and streamlining processes by leveraging the website’s digital framework.

LUV’s team has worked hard to create a visually appealing and functional website. It will help QRA reach a new global audience, promote important work in Quaternary research in the UK, and attract new members.

“The website looks absolutely fantastic, and so good to see it getting across the line! I still get palpitations thinking about the old website system. Thanks for helping to get us out of that and into the next bright chapter! I know the QRA membership will be hugely appreciative to you and your teams.”

— Chris Darvill, Former QRA Publicity Officer

If you want to learn more about how LUV can help your organisation improve its online presence, please drop us a line.



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