LifeMosaic - New Website!

Published: 6th Aug 2013 in Ethical Web Design

We are very excited to announce the launch of this latest project, LifeMosaic, a mammoth multilingual site for an amazing organisation.

LifeMosaic home page in English

LifeMosaic works with indiginous peoples all over the world, supporting them to make informed choices and getting their voices heard. They produce and distribute educational resources which are available at the website, along with much, much more.

You can read more about this piece of work in our portfolio and for now here are a few screenshots to give you a taster of what it involves.

New, responsive design with a brand and logo re-fresh
LifeMosaic website responsive for mobile and tablet

Created in 4 languages

LifeMosaic multilingual site

Features and content shared site-wide with a clever custom system using ExpressionEngine.

LifeMosaic get involved

Learn more about the objectives and features of this website at our portfolio.

Visit LifeMosaic at

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