We've got a new website!
Posted on 6th August 2022 at 12:25
After months of hard work and perfecting, our brand new website is finally live across the organisation!
It's got a new design, it's easier to use and it'll make finding out about our services even easier.
You'll find everything you loved about our previous website on here, as well as a new Fundraising hub, more information about how the Keeping Digital Foundation was formed, and a new content hub on our Digital Inclusivity Support page.
The new website also paves the way for more future updates, including a support centre finder and My Keeping Digital accounts, making it easier to manage your appointments and bookings!
A spokesperson for the Keeping Digital Foundation commented:
"It's an incredibly exciting time to be involved with the Keeping Digital Foundation! As we turned 6 years old this year, and after surviving a pandemic that forced all of our in-person services to be suspended, we're glad to be back in the North Yorkshire community and our new website is a new investment in these communities.
"During the pandemic, we had to move all of our digital making activities online, making our website a hub for finding out about all of our services and activites. As the Keeping Digital Foundation grows, providing more digital making activities across the region and now digital inclusion support in the city of York, it's important that our website grew with it.
"Our previous website was designed for the organisation we were in 2016, and as we kept growing and rebranded to the Keeping Digital Foundation, our website was slowing down and provided a poor user experience where pages were taking a while to load. As part of the website improvements, the site speed has dramatically increased meaning it's never been easier to use our website.
"We're also incredibly excited about future additions to the Keeping Digital Foundation website, making it even easier for North Yorkshire to find out more about the work we do - stay tuned!"
Founder and Community Coordinator
Tagged as: Keeping Digital Updates
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