Forget the national government census! WPNC is delighted to announce that - thanks to our clients' generous but honest feedback - WPNC has been ranked 21st best UK agency in The Drum's Digital Agency Census.
All sectors have had to considerably adapt in the face of the global pandemic. With income from events and face-to-face fundraising having dropped off a cliff, perhaps one of the most challenged sectors has been charities. This is especially the case as their services have rarely been so high in demand.
There is no doubt that the Covid-19 pandemic has changed our lives for ever. However, often times of crisis can drive changes that are positive, especially in technology. To take one example, the humble QR code has grown explosively in the past few months.
WPNC Digital has supported The Royal British Legion’s 2020 Poppy Appeal, handling a big rise in online donations. The number of online donations is 20 times higher than in 2019.
The Charity for Civil Servants is launching the Carer’s Passport and Statement Digital Tool, with WPNC building the new online service to make it faster for users and more efficient for the Charity.
Macmillan Cancer Support is unveiling a new tribute fund website to help donors remember loved ones while raising vital income for the charity. WPNC Digital has worked with Macmillan Cancer Support to modernise the service, which can be viewed here, using its inMem® platform. While the charity already ran a tribute fund, an update was…
Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) are great way to both improve the performance of your site and protect it against attack.
Just over a decade ago, consumer payments were revolutionised by the launch of contactless cards. Their 2007 introduction followed hot on the heels of the advent of Chip and PIN technology, and before that (albeit as far back as the Eighties) came Switch, now better known as Direct Debit cards.
WWF-UK has launched an online tribute fund website where people can create a page in memory of relatives and friends, while also raising funds for the conservation charity.
When native mobile apps first came to market, people couldn’t get enough of them. It changed the way consumers interact with their mobile devices and with brands. The recent trend, however, shows that people are turning away from apps.