Out of Place were pleased to facilitate the launch of a new website and brand for Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF) in October.
The project, which began in March 2022, involved a full organisational rebrand setting the organisation up to be contemporary and relevant in a rapidly evolving disability sector. We modernised the core QEF brand to emphasise its range of services and to represent the charity’s core values. Creating a digital-first brand that encompassed a clear rand hierarchy visual to communicate how the different parts of QEF come together to form the whole. Part of this modernisation also looked to include scope for the future growth of the organisation and its service offering.
The new brand featured on a BBC Lifeline Appeal presented by Richard Hammond in October as part of a national awareness campaign.
The new website consolidates and integrates all existing content and functionality into one central CMS, with the new brand and a clear site structure helping to reflect the stand-out services and expertise on offer at QEF.
Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People is a charity that works with both children and adults with physical and learning disabilities or acquired brain injuries to help them gain new skills and increase their independence.
View the project here: QEF – Brand and Website
View the website here: qef.org.uk