• Webflow

Website makeover for the Joke Waller-Hunter Initiative, dedicated to supporting young environmental leaders in developing countries through tailored small grants to expand their knowledge, experience and training.


In collaboration with MakerChange.

Role: Web Design and Web Development
Branding: MakerChange

JWHi website

The primary goal for the new website was to create an interactive and accessible platform that not only articulates the JWHI's story and values, but also provides a clear pathway for involvement. By showcasing grant opportunities, the legacy of Joke Waller-Hunter, and impactful stories of past grantees, the website aims to inspire, inform, and engage a diverse audience.

JWHI website - tablet layouts
Application and Grantee pages

Catalyst for action: the website presents comprehensive information on grants and initiatives and facilitates a streamlined grant application process.

The design embodies the youthful, purposeful, and aspirational brand values, by integrating a diverse range of branding elements, creating a visually cohesive experience. Vibrant colours and visual elements are strategically utilised to enhance the storytelling experience.

Blog page
Website on mobile

Network Corner, the Initiative's blog features initiatives, publications and videos. Editors can easily add and tag new stories from the website's Webflow backend.

JWHI grantees gallery

Inspiring stories of young leaders
The filtered gallery of profiles offers a visual journey through the initiative's impact on past grantees.