Project Highlight: CLASP Website

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by Adam Wright

With a new client in CLASP coming to Adam Wright Design for a new website design, we were incredibly eager and excited for this project. Then again, we’re always eager and excited about new projects!

To give a little insight, CLASP is a project implemented by UCP Wheels for Humanity that increases access to a variety of high-quality, affordable assistive products, and promotes appropriate provision globally. With an array of products including wheelchairs, walking aids, and cushions, they strive to make a difference in the world.

The old CLASP site

Before, here’s what the CLASP website homepage looked like:

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At first appearance, it’s not bad necessarily — but dig a bit deeper and the information was very jumbled. It wasn’t easy to find what you needed, and their process for obtaining a quote was lengthy and tedious. Turns out, decent design doesn’t mean everything.

Problems we solved

With the two main issues a priority (organization and quote process), we set a goal to keep the new website layout minimal, simple, and functional. We always shoot to make our websites as functional as possible, while still incorporating a modern design.

Here’s what the new CLASP homepage looks like:

Adam Wright Design | CLASP

As you can see, just from the screenshot comparison, the new website is easier on the eyes and provides a very clear navigation. The increase in white space provides a little more “breathing room” for digesting the information.

Feel free to visit the CLASP website and see the full results. Upon doing so, here’s some of the features you’ll find:

Advanced Quote Form

The biggest hurdle we overcame was perfecting a new way for CLASP customers to submit for a quote through the website. Prior, customers would have to download an Excel file and fill it out and email it.

Now? Customers have the ability to fully complete the form without ever leaving the website. Check it out here.

This very extensive form allows you to add multiple products and quantities, which then reflect a proposed total price. Not only is the form easy to use and digest, but also fully functional.

Interactive Map

On the About page, CLASP wanted to feature the places around the world they have made an impact on. With that, we implemented an interactive world map displaying these countries.

Custom Product Pages

On the individual product pages, we designed a custom layout that catered to the content at hand. Displaying an intuitive image slider, simple informational drop-downs, call-to-action, and a modern design.

Moving forward

With the website now live, CLASP will be coming to Adam Wright Design for ongoing support and maintenance. We couldn’t be more grateful to have had this opportunity to build this new website for CLASP and can’t wait to see what the future holds.

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Adam Wright

Adam is a California native, now living in Middle Tennessee. A long-time creative at heart, his passion for design and growing his small business, AWD, is always evident. When he's not writing code or sketching logos, he enjoys spending time with family, playing basketball, or watching just about any motorsports. Find him on LinkedIn.

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