Website and Logo re-design for HHMAP

HHMAP (Helping Hands Mission Against Poverty) is an established charity doing an incredible work overseas by building water systems and homes for people in need in Africa and Central America. This is a non-profit organisation run by a team of individuals devoted to improve the life of those affected by poverty.

Branding Strategy

Logo Design

Graphic Design

Web Design & Built

Social Media Management

Social Media Marketing Strategy


When HHMAP approached us they needed us to re-build their website and make it more user friendly. The non-profit organisation was looking for a more trust worthy appearance that would encourage visitors to donate. Various donating options were required to be implemented in the new design. This meant we needed to consider whether an external provider will be more beneficial than building a new Donation Manager System integrated with a local database. After carefully considering the needs and current progress of the organisation we decided it was best to work with an external donation service and possibly consider an integrated based system in the future.    

The outcome

There was an issue we identified from the beginning and encouraged the client to consider. The current logo of the organisation did not follow simple design principles and it made the charity look unprofessional. We offered to work on a new logo as part of the new web design at no extra cost and in support for the charity's great work. Eventually, we ended up doing the logo as well as designing and building the new website. 

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You did an exceptional work with our new website. We have received great feedback from our board of trustees and those who support us. You also re-designed our logo and it didn't take long to produce something we were all happy with. Above all, i'm impressed with the way you handle your clients and the professionalism involved with it. Thank you guys for your help, we are very happy with the work completed and will surely be talking about you in the future.

Roy C., Director of HHMAP

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