Posted on 13 June 2012
So, it's been two weeks since the launch of the new solar-aid.org and we're pleased to say that we've had nothing but great feedback from SolarAiders around the world. But how did we get here? And what was the process?
Digital Content Project Manager, Ralph Greenland, tells us, in his new blog:
"Late last year I sat at a table with colleagues, to discuss how we might expand SolarAid’s online presence. At the time we were growing incredibly quickly on Facebook and Twitter, yet the website was feeling dated. It was going to be my job to manage a brand-new, bells and whistles online home! This was a new challenge - I sat myself upon a metaphorical bean bag and donned my ‘very real’ thinking cap. Perching with paper and pen, I began to write…" Read on at sunshineisonline.org
You can follow Ralph on Twitter @ralph_greenland
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