Hopewell (formerly North Manchester Black Health Forum) is a user-led charity founded in 1993 that works with vulnerable adults from marginalised communities living with long-term health conditions, poverty, & economic pressures.

I was brought in to help develop a custom website to replace their more generic, Google Sites offering. Over time, their website turned into a complete rebranding when they decided to become Hopewell. As well as the brand and website, new email and domains were required.

I worked on a new brand identity and created guidelines for it, showing the project’s work in helping people to grow and cultivate. This simplicity and delicateness were carried on through the website, which was built on the WordPress platform to make it easy to manage and edit. I partnered with Microsoft for their email system, Kualo for their web hosting, and Canva for their graphics services via their respective non-profit provisions. With their new website and back-end office upgrades, we have brought Hopewell up-to-date and set them up for future upgrades.