Whoopsadaisy | Web re-design & build




The Brief

At Creative Blend we are extremely pleased to support the Brighton charity Whoopsadaisy, who are dedicated to helping children with cerebral palsy and other motor conditions to reach their full potential.

The team at Whoopsadaisy do such an amazing job, it really has been our pleasure to work them and provide pro-bono digital support since 2016.

On this occasion Whoopsadaisy came to us with the request to work on their website. The primary focus for the build was to provide a smoother, more user friendly design whilst keeping the original theme that they had become accustom to.

The Approach

As the original Whoopsadaisy website had no analytics installed, our approach of reviewing data first wasn?t possible.

However the Whoopsadaisy team had some feedback from parents that the old website wasn?t easy to navigate or use. Also a request from the charity was to make it clear the centre was local to Brighton & Hove, and to better showcase class information at Whoopsadaisy.

Since our update we have had some great feedback from the team at the charity but also from the families who use the website most!

We’ve also written a blog post that gives a great guide to those working within a non-profit orgainisation so why not check it out!


The website is beautiful… especially love the Family page with Ufi 🙂

It’s clear, easy to navigate, optimised for mobile…. I can’t add anything.

Well done! – Sarah & Martin


A little on the client
Whoopsadaisy?s story began when Nina Holland was inspired to set up a charity in Brighton to provide Conductive Education for local children having seen the dramatic difference it made to her son Christopher?s quality of life. The initial funds Nina raised enabled Beata Kusel to establish our first Parent and Child Group for just two children in 2008. Since then Whoopsadaisy?s services have steadily grown. We now provide vital learning and support for around 50 local children and their families.

Client: Whoopsadaisy

Skills: Design, UX, front-end development & WordPress build

Release Date:Oct 9th, 2017