Websites are very much the public face of any organisation. For the Association, the website is frequently the first point of contact for potential new members and for those looking for information. The website is a shop front for our courses, conference, and other services. Like any small organisation without a dedicated media team, the update of the website is always a struggle.

The last few weeks have seen the Association’s website being revamped as regards the new branding, layout, navigation and its content. Do have a look at what’s been happening and feedback your ideas for what could be included, send in pictures that we can use, and do point out all those errors in syntax that are the perennial bugbear of any website author!