Out of Place begin work on a new website and brand for Birmingham LGBT

Out of Place begin work on a new website and brand for Birmingham LGBT

Out of Place have been appointed to deliver a new website and brand refresh for Birmingham LGBT after impressing an interview panel with our passion, integrity and flexibility. Work on the new brand and website will start in March, with completion due in early September. 

Birmingham LGBT was set up in 2002, with the aim of reinvigorating the diverse lesbian and gay communities in Birmingham. It is now the city’s leading charity advocating for and supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people and offering a range of wellbeing initiatives and services. These include support services and groups, counselling, an older people’s service, a trans inclusion project, domestic violence support, volunteering, a queer arts festival, community events, and training.

The new website will create a better user environment to improve access to these services and a brand that reflects the vibrant and diverse LGBTQ+ community in Birmingham.

We are pleased to be working with an organisation whose values and passion for inclusivity align with our own and cannot wait to get started on the project.

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