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SOS Africa Launches Exciting New Website
02 Jul 2015
If you are a fan of the bland and conventional look away now. SOS Africa is delighted to announce the recent unveiling of its exciting new online identity, with the launch of a brand new website design and social media branding...
Having focused much of our time on developing exciting new education programmes to inspire our children, the SOS Africa staff recently decided to adopt a similar approach to the charity’s online presence.
With bold colours and beautiful African animal illustrations, this fresh approach provides a better representation of the charity’s identity and personal approach to child sponsorship. The new buttons, graphics and pages also make the site easier to browse through; more user-friendly and fully integrated with our numerous social media platforms.
And the transformation doesn’t end here… Over the coming months, we will also introduce additional new and exciting features including a “Current Projects” section which will launch news of our charity’s biggest overseas project to-date. *Watch this space!*
Make sure you're following us on social media because this excitement continues over on the "News & Events" section where we will shortly be launching the charity's most adventurous fundraising event to-date!
We would like to say a big thank you to SOS Africa Graphic Designer Claudia Titley and Jon Harvey from Waters Creative for making this possible at a minimum cost.
We hope you like our new approach and would love to receive your feedback.
Happy browsing: www.sosafrica.com
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