Jam Jar worked in partnership with students from the Barbara Priestman School to develop a legacy web site that showcased their work with Creative Partnerships over the past two years. During our introductory workshop the students brainstormed a ‘genius’ name for the site, ‘Awesome Minds’ that we used as a starting point for the brand and logo.
A graphic cog-like brain was the final logo selection delivered in the schools brand colours of red, black and gold. Follow up workshops involved students designing their site navigation, content and appearance, before finally training in the sites bespoke content management system.
A mind blowing, inspirational project!
We were very excited when Barbara Priestman School asked us to develop their new web site in readiness for their new Academy status.
The Forest School were eager to incorporate their VLE and school website into a single entity. Restricted by their portal’s underlying technology, The Forest School sought design and technical expertise from Jam Jar to develop an engaging and professional site.
Truth About Youth North East is an initiative supported by the Regional Youth Work Unit to promote the positive work of young people in the region. The RYWU approached Jam Jar with some fantastic ideas to launch their initiative with a bang!