Why not take a look at a selection of the websites highlighted below to see if we can spark inspiration for your next project!
Throughout our website project, the communication and support from e4education has been superb, from our initial chats with our Designer, Matt, about what we wanted, to Tracey in Support at the end with getting the website live. Special mention to Lucy; our Project Coordinator, who has supported us throughout the process, explaining things in simple language and taking us through each step with so much patience.
It has been a journey which at no point we were unsure or didn't know what was happening / what was next.
Andy, Computing Lead, Bower Grove School
Handwritten font styles, animated lettering and bright, cheerful colours dominate this Infant school website. The school's vision and values are 'Inspire Learning, Ignite Curiosity' and we think their new school website does just that!
This three school federation website stands out from a crowd with its eye-catching blue and orange colour scheme and innovative slideshow design. Featuring a mixed news feed for all the schools, clear quick links and a dedicated federation menu, this website is easy to navigate for parents and carers.
We've had the pleasure of working with the lovely team from the Boleyn Trust for a few months now - initially providing them with one of our brilliant Essential websites to get them live whilst we worked behind the scenes on their fantastic bespoke design. Stunning imagery and shapes define the homepage with elements of this translating into the inner page content design.
A contemporary website with a classy twist, this primary school website effortlessly combines modern design with illustrated individuality.
A full screen slideshow, mesmerising circular illustrations and a distinctive events feed are just a few of the key elements of this elegant primary school and nursery website.
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