UKC bring A Different Spirit to web development

Youth support service 42nd Street has commissioned UKC Company (formerly known as Language) to create a website celebrating the little-known Ancoats Art Museum.

The unique project will see three young volunteers from 42nd Street working alongside UKC’s design and development team. When completed, the site will become an in-depth resource of information and research around Ancoats Art Museum. The young volunteers will contribute to the design of the site, and will be trained to update and maintain the site following its launch.

Ben Hui, MD of UKC Company, said: “This will be an exciting project for us. We love the idea of working with young people to realise the site, and we’ll do as much as we can to give those volunteers an experience that will be stepping stone to future opportunities. Throughout the project we will run five workshops, covering themes such as brand identity, design and web development, so they’ll have a real insight into the process. We will treat them as colleagues, and their input will help shape what will be a great website and identity.”

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11/11/2013

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Youth support service 42nd Street has commissioned UKC Company (formerly known as Language) to create a website celebrating the little-known Ancoats Art Museum.

The unique project will see three young volunteers from 42nd Street working alongside UKC’s design and development team. When completed, the site will become an in-depth resource of information and research around Ancoats Art Museum. The young volunteers will contribute to the design of the site, and will be trained to update and maintain the site following its launch.

Ben Hui, MD of UKC Company, said: “This will be an exciting project for us. We love the idea of working with young people to realise the site, and we’ll do as much as we can to give those volunteers an experience that will be stepping stone to future opportunities. Throughout the project we will run five workshops, covering themes such as brand identity, design and web development, so they’ll have a real insight into the process. We will treat them as colleagues, and their input will help shape what will be a great website and identity.”