maintain and with low risk of it being compromised. Content should be simple to update. The content of the website should be relevant and help promote volunteers and new members to join the group Modern design, attractive Photo by Harps Joseph on Unsplash Liam is a busy man and juggles his home life, work and volunteering. As GSL he overseas activities for the whole group and wants to reduce the workload where possible.
activities and programme. Group updates from GSL via email/Facebook. A restricted Facebook group keeps parents up to date with activities as they happen – such as at meetings and camp. Photo by Clint McKoy on Unsplash Stuart is a leader for Sea Scouts. He wants to promote the section to gain additional volunteers and members. He communicates with parents by email and face-to-face about upcoming meetings.
they need to know. Website is not first place to get information. Happy to get regular updates from leaders via email, Facebook. Photo by Maria Teneva on Unsplash Lindsay’s son attends Sea Scouts. She looks to the leaders for updates on what is going on in the group. She finds the emails from the leaders useful, and if she has any questions or concerns, she will approach the leader before or after meetings.
to find out more about what is available and who to talk to. Photo by Sai De Silva on Unsplash Faye is looking for a local club for her 6 year old. She is looking local groups to join on the internet and wants to find out what is available.
of the association. Must be inclusive – work on a range of devices with content meeting Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Level AA. The Scout Association overseas scouting in the UK. They promote Skills for Life in scouting and launched a new brand and vision in 2018. It is important that the brand and vision is reflected in the groups.
• Straight forward to update by someone with basic knowledge of html. • Full featured content management system not needed. • Source Control to be accessible by members of the group via Github. • Simple to upload/deploy. manage by priyanka from the Noun Projec
do - quick sentence or two that describes the group • Sections – sections overview and meeting places • Volunteering – describe what people will get out of volunteering, roles and how to get involved • Contact – GSL, HQ and other group information content by monkik from the Noun Projec
own website. Could be used with Digital Maker Badges. Open source on GitHub. Continue to develop design system. Inspired by gov.uk design system https://github.com/trubru/Pioneer Trileg by SPJDR from the Noun Project