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Create an online home for our new brand

Design and build a simple accessible website that the newly created Financial Services Skills Commission could call home

Hosting and support
Information architecture
Project management
User guide / Training
Web Development
Wordpress Content Management System (CMS)
April 25, 2021

The Financial Services Skills Commission (FSSC) was created following a report that identified the negative impact that skills gaps were having on the competitiveness of the UK financial services sector. The Commission works with its members – spanning banking, insurance, investments, accountancy and more – to address some of the major issues facing skills in financial services.

Simple and intuitive.

FSSC needed a clean, professional-looking website that would showcase the work of the Commission. It had to be simple and intuitive to administer and keep in mind that users typically accessing the site to learn about and engage with the Commission are time-poor.

Accessible and CO2 efficient.

This was an exercise in simplicity and restraint. Everything about the site’s design was optimised to ensure it loaded super-fast on any device – which also reduced the amount of CO2 emitted when users accessed the site – and a flat structure with clear navigation that meant the site was accessible and all users were able to find the content they needed with minimal time and effort.

Visit the FSSC website.

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Bravand created a simple, clean and professional website that conveys what the Financial Services Skills Commission is about. The team took time to understand what we wanted to achieve and their expertise resulted in a website that meets our needs and showcases our work to our diverse audiences.

Claire Tunley

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