Splitting one website into two
We have very recently seen the launch of two websites for The Air Ambulance Service, one for their local air ambulance services, and the other for the Children’s Air Ambulance.
This latest project comes as Ultimate have been lucky enough to work with The Air Ambulance Service over the last couple of years to design a new website to give brand presence online and help push toward more donations.
One Website, Two Powerful Brands and a need for Independence
The Air Ambulance Service run two services, the local air ambulances for Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland, and the Children’s Air Ambulance. Both services were previously held on the same website. As the profile and fundraising activity for the Children’s Air Ambulance increases and it was becoming clear that a joint website was no longer appropriate, the decision was made to make the split.
To provide an intuitive and easy-to-use platform to manage each website
To split the content between the two brands, ensuring it remained on point yet unique and compelling
To ensure the site structure is updated, making it easier to navigate and distinguish when moving alternating between brands
Independent yet Powerful Websites
The end result is two separate websites to allow each brand to hold its own space. While there are links between the two sites to allow users to move between the two brands should they wish to, the navigation has been refined to allow clearer movement on and around the pages for each brand.
The client remains in full control over the content, imagery and structure of the site which is critical. And, working with our in-house team, is able to make educated, data-driven decisions for any further updates.
This was a major project, effectively launching 2 websites at the same time, but with Ultimate’s expertise and clear communication the launch went through on time, on budget and with no downtime or drop in donations.
Ben Freeman, Digital Marketing Manager, The Air Ambulance Service