National Parent Partnership Network - New Website

Published: 15th Oct 2012 in

We are very happy to announce the launch of the National Parent Partnership Network website.

NPPN home page

NPPN commissioned us to create a new visual design and content management system (CMS) for the organisation, bringing it in-line and up-to-date with their sister charities, the Council for Disabled Children and National Children's Bureau.

NPPN documents section

The CMS allows NPPN staff to manage text, image and video content across the site. The visual design is clear, easy to navigate and friendly for use by parents and professionals alike.

NPPN individual PPS page

Features include a searchable 'Find Your Local Service' facility, resources and videos, along with a secure members' extranet where regional Parent Partnership Services can share documents and communications.

NPPN videos section

Find out more about the National Parent Partnership Network website in our portfolio.

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