IPEN, the International Pollutants Elimination Network, works to end the health and environmental threats from plastic. We were honored to create a microsite centered around The Plastics Treaty as they garner support and focus on this important legislation.
The goals for their site included making something eye-catching, functional, and accessible, highlighting their wealth of information and resources on toxins. Web design for environmental groups in general focuses on developing a site that’s meant to serve as a constantly evolving resource, so an emphasis on the ease of maintenance and updatability was at the forefront of our work. Now, as their work continues, the IPEN team will be able to customize and edit the site as their resources evolve.
We knew that Elementor would work best for providing the accessibility, editability, and designs that they wanted. We were able to create and implement fantastic designs focused on interactivity and ease of access, providing visitors with a straightforward way of navigating site and seeking information. By taking advantage of Elementor’s features, we created various animations across the site that look great and allow for additional engagement with users.
We were also charged with migrating some of IPEN’s content from their old site, and took the opportunity to create animations and custom designs for some of those pages as well, resulting in a central resource page that collects all of their blog posts and displays them in an easy-to-navigate way with the added functionality of segmenting them based on topic.
The center of the site is their page on the Plastics Treaty, which incorporates a number of features from Elementor that inform and engage users on the stages of work for pushing the treaty forward. With all new features combined, we think the final product is a great looking site with lots of style and functionality.