Can you revamp our website?

Can you revamp our website?

Can you revamp our website?
Inclusive NZ

Estimated Time: 20 - 30 Hours Over 1 - 2 Months

Inclusive NZ's vision is a society where disabled people are working, participating and fulfilling their aspirations in inclusive communities. We need a website to reflect the work we do and it needs to be fully accessible, as well as easy to navigate and keep uptodate. We are looking for a volunteer who can give us help make our wordpress website operate better! We are open to a total re-vamp, to take onboard advice and leave us with a website that works for us and the people who use it to find information.. After many hours working on the site its time to call in a pro! Can you help?

Working location

We can work virtually and based in Wellington

Proposed project steps with time estimates

Brief and overview of our organisation, our ideas for a website and plan of work (1-1.5 hours)
Review of our current website and a proposal of work needed (2-3 hours)
Development of website (15-20 hours)
Final approval

We are looking to get the website updated and fully functional as soon as possible.

What We Have In Place

We have all the content for the website. The look has been changed and can’t work out how to get it to show on the new layout.

The branding to stay the same/similar to the old website.

It would be great to get something basic, that I can then add any additional bits too when needed.


Inclusive NZ
Accessibility
Community Group
Disability
Mental Health
Parental Support
Vision
Wellington
Mission
Our vision is a society where disabled people are working, participating and fulfilling their aspirations in inclusive communities. Our mission is to support our members as we work together to create an inclusive Aotearoa.
What we Do
At Inclusive NZ engaging in activities that benefit our members is what we are all about. We have a strong belief that our goal of inclusive communities cannot be achieved without active engagement with both the disability sector and wider community sector. We work with government agencies, disabled people’s organisations, the business sector and other NGOs, and represent our members on a number of advisory groups and networks. Access to opportunities for learning and information is important to our members. Inclusive NZ has a culture of collegial support and we offer regular opportunities for networking and learning through our Forums and conferences. Professional development is supported through the Training Fund and our members are kept up-to-date through our newsletters and social media platforms.