NICSSA Sports & Leisure, Belfast

Website Design
Date Completed
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Banbridge Website Studio had the privilege of working with the Northern Ireland Civil Service Sports Association (NICSSA) in Belfast to create a full website design. Our collaboration aimed to develop a website that would serve as a central hub of information and resources for the members of the Northern Ireland Civil Service, providing them with access to sports and leisure activities.

For NICSSA's website, our team focused on creating a comprehensive and user-friendly platform that would cater to the diverse needs of the civil service community. The site was designed with a clean and intuitive layout, featuring clear navigation and sections for sports events, facilities, memberships, and news. We incorporated interactive calendars, membership registration forms, and online booking systems to enhance the user experience.

In addition to the website design, we provided ongoing monthly support to NICSSA, ensuring that their website remained up-to-date with the latest information and offerings. This included updating sports event schedules, adding new facilities and services, and maintaining an active news section to keep members informed. Our team worked closely with NICSSA to implement any requested changes and improvements to the site.

The result was a dynamic and engaging website that effectively served the needs of the Northern Ireland Civil Service community. The website provided members with easy access to information about sports activities, facilities, and events, encouraging participation and engagement. Our ongoing support ensured that the website remained a valuable resource for NICSSA members, keeping them informed about the latest offerings and updates.

We are proud to have partnered with the Northern Ireland Civil Service Sports Association on this project and to continue supporting them with their website needs. Our goal was to create a platform that not only showcased their sports and leisure offerings but also fostered a sense of community among civil service members in Northern Ireland.