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20-20a Westminster Buildings, Theatre Square, Nottingham, NG1 6LG(0115) 888 2828

Case study brief: Nottingham On Call design and development

Part of Nottingham City Homes, the new Nottingham On Call website provides access to sensors and door alarms for homes of the elderly, as well as pendants that can be worn and pressed to alert someone in case of an emergency.

HeX's versatile design work made this cases study unique

Hex Productions was responsible for the design, production and installation of the website, and also worked on the infographics and images to be featured online.

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Web development activities delivered

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Accessible design and web development outcome

Powered by WordPress we were able to create a sleek look and feel that was accessible and easy to understand for all of visitors along with a simple editor tools to make updates to the site.

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