WSSCC launches a new website and brand identity

Date: 21st August 2015

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We are excited to present the launch of a new WSSCC website which has gone live today! As you’ll note, the site’s homepage features bright colours and a clean design, and it includes our newly designed logo!

Our goal with this new website is to make it faster, easier to navigate and more user friendly. You will find our new site is divided into five main sections: Who we Are; Global Sanitation Fund; Equality; Collaboration; Media Centre; and Resources. [include hyperlinks to the different sections]

One of the most noticeable changes on our new site is our logo, which is more modern and addresses WSSCC’s collaborative nature. When redesigning our logo we prioritized the following qualities:

  • The ripples make the logo more dynamic and convey the influence of WSSCC and the interconnectivity of our work
  • The colours and shape are reminiscent of previous WSSCC publications and its branding legacy, such as the WASH logo
  • The introduction of the colour red symbolizes the work that WSSCC does in equality, and differentiates the organization within the sector

Among the new and updated resources that are included on the website are WSSCC’s 2014 Annual Report, WSSCC Brochure, GSF Mid-Year Progress Report, the GSF Madagascar Case Study, the new WSSCC video, and various other items. Please feel free to share links to these new resources within your networks.

As always, WSSCC has worked collaboratively to put together a new website rich in information to be used as a resource for all of our colleagues and friends. We pride ourselves on being a thought leader in the WASH field and look forward to hearing your feedback.

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