We originally built the Wattisham Military Wives Choir website and put it live over an exciting period when several of the members were singing at the Jubilee Concert in Hyde Park, June 2012. The choir in Wattisham had only been established months previously and it was extraordinary that already ladies were singing for the Queen. At that stage, the Military Wives Choir nationally didn’t have any branding of their own, and so we put together an interim logo for the Wattisham MWC. When the logo for each individual choir was rolled out, the branding no longer worked within the existing website, and we needed to rethink the styling. It seemed apt to put together a complete revamp over a period when the choir were participating in another significant event, the War Horse performance of the BBC Proms at The Royal Albert Hall.
The website has been built using WordPress so that choir members can update it with upcoming events and news themselves.
Author: Vicky Etherington
Vicky Etherington is a website mentor on a mission to empower 500 small businesses this year to take control of their own website and online marketing. She has been working to help small businesses and entrepreneurs improve their websites and online visibility since 2003.