WGGB: The Writers’ Union Website

Logo design,  brand creation and WordPress membership website development with Sagepay integration for the trade union representing professional writers in TV, film, theatre, radio, books, poetry, animation and videogames.

Logo design
Marketing Material
WGGB Annual Report
Annual Report
Membership Cards
Mailchimp Templates
Display Banners

Our web development for WGGB (Writers’ Guild of Great Britain) a trade union representing professional writers in TV, film, theatre, radio, books, poetry, animation and videogames. Members also include emerging and aspiring writers.

We were thrilled to be asked to create a new look for the organisation consisting of a diverting new logo and visual toolkit, applied to their many guides and publications in both printed and online formats.

At the heart of the project was the development of a new website putting in place powerful new features at the heart of the cms. This now allows the WGGB team to put together media rich content at the click of a button.

Members can now join or renew online securely via Sagepay and we also added third party integration with the union’s existing membership management software.

Site features include:
Wordpress CMS foundation :: Responsive for mobile and tablet
Blog /news management :: interactive mapping
Multi level user membership account and profiles creation
Content restriction based on membership level
Multi level admin access
User document online submission
Member content online submission

Visit the site at: writersguild.org.uk

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Wordpress CMS
Responsive for mobile and tablet
Blog /news management
Interactive mapping
Multi level user memberships
Sagepay Integration

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