Kwik Kopy’s ‘Bringing your ideas to life’ competition was launched in October 2013, and invited small businesses to submit an entry explaining in 100 words or less why their company needed a new website. Five websites were up for grabs with each prize package valued at $10,000. More than 500 entries were received in total, with 50 finalists reviewed by a panel of internal and external experts.
SA Winner – Parkinson’s SA
Parkinson’s SA is the South Australian division of Parkinson’s Australia, established in 1983 with the aim of supporting and representing people with Parkinson’s disease and their families. Their website provides links to information on the disease, as well as upcoming education seminars, workshops, support groups and how to volunteer and donate.
Christine received an email from Kwik Kopy about the ‘Bringing your ideas to life’ competition and thought it was a great opportunity for the website to be refreshed in line with their recent rebrand. She wanted a website that could showcase their vibrant new image and connect better with the community.
Parkinson’s SA is a community organisation registered as a charity so they rely heavily on donations and grants to keep operating. They previously had a website built by a volunteer, however the main challenge they faced with their previous website was making contact with their clientele. The website was also hard to use and update and they felt it didn’t effectively communicate their message.
The friendly and professional team at Kwik Kopy involved Parkinson’s SA throughout the entire website build, providing a number of designs and different website options to choose from.
The team at Parkinson’s SA received comprehensive training in the content management system, so they are confident in updating the website themselves with new resources and upcoming events.
Check out their website: www.parkinsonssa.org.au
Shane Skinner – Owner, Kwik Kopy Norwood
It was a pleasure to work with Christine and the team at Parkinson’s SA. We took a hands-on approach and wanted to involve Christine as much as possible in the website build. We presented a range of designs to suit the new image for Parkinson’s SA as well as different website features that could help them achieve their goals of connecting with the community.