Molteic (Dingle Hub) is seeking a web designer to develop a website for the Dingle 2030 Initiative.
Create a website, separate to that of the Dingle Hub, which informs the public on the projects happening on the Dingle Peninsula supporting the transition to a low-carbon community. The website needs to be completed by the end of January, 2020.
A new website is needed, in order to create greater clarity for members of the community on the projects relating to Dingle 2030. The goal is to provide the public with an easily navigable and accessible source of information on projects relating to environmental sustainability on the peninsula. The website should help to answer common questions that community members may have, and should encourage individuals to become involved in these initiatives. The website will need to have a home page, and a few different pages for individual projects. It will mostly consist of written content and infographics. Much of the content already exists under Dingle 2030 on the www.dinglehub.com and will need to be migrated to the new site. The website must be optimised for mobile/ tablet use. The website should target all residents on the Dingle Peninsula and appeal to a wide audience. The website should be easy to navigate, informative, and sleek. The website will need to be GDPR compliant. Occasional website maintenance may be needed.
The website should have a page for users to sign up for a mailing list with further information. Depending on cost, the website may need to have a payment page. The website should have the functionality to embed videos. The site will need to have Google Earth embedded to allow interactive viewing of .kmz files that store Energy Master Plan data for the Peninsula. Members of the Dingle Hub will need to be able to update content once the website is live.
The website will utilise the same colour scheme as that of the Dingle Hub.
If you are interested in helping us complete this exciting project please send a proposal to email@example.com by Monday, 07 January 2020 (at 16:00hrs).
This work will be funded by Science Foundation Ireland