Alex and Dylan made the process of designing a new website both easy and enjoyable. They were able to understand the vision and concept which I was wanting to develop for YPAC’s new site. The end result is a professional fresh and vibrant looking website which has had a huge impact with our clients, funders and people new to the Charity.
Andrew Seedall, YPAC Project Manager
Supporting young people in the community
YPAC Manchester was established in November 2005 as the Local Anglican Churches’ response to the lack of facilities for young people in the area.
YPAC became a Charity in 2010 and was simultaneously registered as a not for profit Ltd Company.
The website was inspired by a group of young people during a series of Drama workshops with YPAC and their creative practitioner Kate Bradnam in 2013.
YPAC came to us through a recommendation from Duncan at Survivors Manchester, who we have looked after and taken an interest in for many years.
Strong visual focus on the local community
The YPAC website has been inspired by the young people that are involved in their Manchester community.
A focus on the great things YPAC have going on and the local surroundings and facilities available was the main message we needed to get across with this website.
We used a full Masonry style homepage with dozens of images revolving and visually demonstrating what YPAC are all about.
We used lazy loading inner pages to keep the same consistency of the images loading on on the homepage, the website was built fully responsive to adapt to any visitors screen size and we choose to use a fixed shrunken header that stays with the page as you scroll down.