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The Aspinall Foundation
The Aspinall Foundation joined us in 2012 with quite a problematic website. This included a stagnating booking performance which showed little improvement year on year. By optimising the site and creating blended campaigns covering a range of channels, we saw a strong improvement in bookings year on year. But we still felt there was room to improve, so we decided to create a brand new site which had superior functionality and an improved user experience.
What we did
We needed to go back to the beginning to rebuild the website and create a digital asset that was fit-for-purpose and satisfied both internal and external stakeholder objectives. This started with stakeholder interviews at Port Lympne in our engagement bus to conduct eye-tracking, followed by completely redesigning The Aspinall Foundation's digital assets to create device-specific customer journeys, giving greater flexibility to change web content and refactoring existing content.
About The Aspinall Foundation
The Aspinall Foundation was started by John Aspinall in the early 1970s to breed endangered gorillas and reintroduce them to their natural habitat. Now it’s a conservation charity, operating the Howletts and Port Lympne Wildlife Parks, specialising in the conservation and repatriation of some of the world’s most endangered species.