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Seaskaren Lagunak is a non for profit organisation dedicated to support the Basque language schools: Ikastolak. The organisation is part of Seaska, a broader entity that manages those schools. Seaska takes care of organising the education in Basque language (Euskara) of 3000+ pupils ranging from primary school to high school. Despite the fact that the number of students is increasing yearly, the government financial help is quickly diminishing. This educational program is very cheap for families and provides one of the highest education standards in Europe (100% success rate at the Baccalaureat - equivalent A-Levels) The website will represent the public facing of Seaskaren Lagunak, to provide information about the school program. It targets a wide audience, from the former student, parent, future parent, people who know about Basque language schools or to someone who has clue of what Basque language is. Although the website is about education, the goal is not to provide education. The website' main goal is a support to look for financial support to the schools, and does not directly provide education.
The design should indicate that the website is about education A bright and lively colour palette should be used. The website itself will be mostly textual so the content must have a predominant space and any images assets will have to be restricted to keep a streamlined design and avoid bloating the general aspect. The aim of the website is to raise funds for the Ikastola to survive. However, it has to provide as much information and incentive as possible for the visitor to feel comfortable and donate. It also aims to provide information about organised events, general information about schools, and we envision to have a job board for former students at a later stage.
The logo of the organisation is not yet defined and will certainly derive from Seaska’s logo. The tagline on the logo is optional. In addition to the logo, the header will have a language switcher. It allows the user to switch between language is one click. That’s why all languages will have to be on screen, in plain text (no flag) and not to be accessed via drop down (Usability issue). The languages are: - Euskara - Français - Castellano - English Ideally, the navigation will be provided in a unique horizontal menu with access to subsections displayed when clicking on the primary sections. There could be a slideshow of images, or just a single and meaningful image (It could be a stock image costs on us or an illustration) to catch the attention of the visitor. There is no specific image(s) at the moment. The image(s) will change according to any feature/event/action to highlight so not much effort is required on the imagery. The front page will have 3 main call to actions that will take the user to 3 different locations on the website. They will ideally contain 3 icons or glyphs to illustrate each of them: - Find out what Seaska is about - Subscribe to the newsletter - Make a donation There will likely be modifications on the call to actions at a later stage, and will deal with the designer should we need a new set of icons. The frontpage will gather some general information such as upcoming events, latest news, meetings briefings and a search bar. The footer is divided in two sections: Contact us and Links The contact us form and social media links must have some relationship as they both provide a bond between the user and us. Finally the footer will have to cater for a list of links, endorsing logos, terms and condition and the usual legal notices. As a general aspect, the grid system will have to work with content pages, keeping a main column on the left and a secondary/feature column on the right. Ideally the design would fit Twitter’s Boostrap framework’s grid. 970px max width as guidance, backgrounds can bleed of of this area. ￼ The design will have to be easily adjustable to a responsive design and will be integrated as a wordpress theme.
- Seaska’s logo: http://uztaritzekoikastola.org/wpcontent/uploads/2013/11/logoikastola.jpg - The wireframe is attached and should be used as a guidance about the content only.
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