AIMS Grant Management Software

Telling the story for a grant management software website

Work: AIMS Grant Management Software

AIMS Grant Management Software is developed by a team with decades of experience in the award management sector, committed to supporting innovative and efficient award-making. With partners like Deloitte and Fujitsu, and clients including HM Government, Facebook and Dublin City Council, AIMS have a fantastic portfolio and we wanted to help them showcase their business and achievements.

The new site needed to showcase the services and features that they have to offer, giving key decision-makers at businesses around the world the information they may need for their grant-making solutions.

At the project planning stage, we worked closely with the client to identify key requirements for the website, as well as areas where we might be able to add some more creative elements to the project. Due to the Covid pandemic and the geographic location of staff, we were unable to get pictures of team members, so we had to come up with another way to highlight key contacts.

The design team put together a range of graphics not only for the team members, but also for services and features from AIMS. This allowed them to communicate clearly what they do, but without the stuffy, corporate imagery that can often be associated with B2B websites.

We worked with AIMS to integrate their images and site content, ensuring that key information was included on the site without overwhelming the user.

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