An online hub for a community hub

An online hub for a community hub

Copywriting, Marketing, Web design

An online hub for a community hub

Blackfen Community Library and Rooted Coffee House is much more than a library; providing a home away from home, a warm greeting and welcoming space for everyone. In addition, they offer activities for people of all ages each week. The library website had not been updated for some years and did not reflect the experience visitors to the library have.

The brief 

Blackfen Community Library tasked We Are Comma with completely overhauling the website to showcase all the activities provided, the services and support available, events and news.

The impact

We Are Comma gathered the required information to start rewriting the website. The design team then set about creating a more visually appealing site. We Are Comma also provided website training. The website has launched and helped Blackfen Community Library create an impact online. We Are Comma will also be going back to take photographs for the website when activities re-start after the Covid-19 pandemic.

Pic showing the Blackfen Community Library website displayed on a laptop screen

“We are really pleased with the website. It much better reflects the variety of things we do and offer at Blackfen Community Library. Working with We Are Comma has been very easy, especially during lockdown and beyond. The team have given us lots of advice and help to make sure the site functions well and training on how to write for the web.”

Paula Weston

Blackfen Community Library Manager

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