CharityJOB, the UK’s biggest Charity job website has been redesigned by leading design and build agency Fortune Cookie. The project involved an overhaul of the site’s architecture, the development of a new look and feel as well as making the site accessible to Accessibility Standards.

CharityJOB is the most popular website in the UK for Charity Jobs. The site delivers over 1.4 million page views a month, works with over 1583 charity partners and has over 68,000 subscribers to its weekly newsletter.

“We are delighted with the results of this project” said CharityJOB co-founder Steve Wexler. “Right through the process Fortune Cookie has demonstrated a strong understanding of our business. We are confident that our users will find the new site easier to use. Fortune Cookie has delivered a scalable platform from which we can build. The new site design reflects the diversity of the positions we offer and positions CharityJOB as the number one source for Charity jobs.”

Fortune Cookie Managing Director Justin Cooke explained “Our aim was to make it easier for users to search and find the job they are looking for. Our team implemented a new architecture that meets the needs of multiple audience types; job seekers, employers and agencies; ensures that the site’s structure can support the introduction of new functionality and provides prominence for targeted advertising.

The new CharityJOB website launches on Saturday 28th May 2005.

Fortune Cookie is one of the UK’s leading Web development companies. The company provides design, technology, and user experience services to the public sector and some of Britain’s biggest companies including Legal & General, FT, Europcar, London Borough of Lambeth and National Express Group. Fortune Cookie has secured more RNIB See it Right accreditations for accessible web design than any other company in the UK.


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Published on: 12:00AM on 31st May 2005