Great North Air Ambulance Service | Web Design
Great North Air Ambulance Service | Web Design
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Great North Air Ambulance Service

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About This Project

We’re delighted and excited to announce the launch of our latest responsive redesign and mobile app for one of our long standing clients, the Great North Air Ambulance Service!


Our latest eCommerce masterpiece boasts an abundance of features that work together to help encourage donations, including a bespoke intranet, online gift aid, a sponsor form and donor flex integration.



This striking new website also demonstrates some of the latest web design trends, including an animated background video loop and funky tiled content blocks.



Geonet have worked with GNAAS for over eight years now and we’re extremely proud of our latest creation for them!


Customer Testimonial:


“Having worked with Geonet on previous projects I knew the development of the charity’s new website would be in safe hands. Our vision for the site was rather grand as we really wanted to take a leap forward in terms of our web presence, placing a much greater emphasis on mobile technology, e-commerce functions and online customer services. From day one it was clear that the team were on the same page. I’m happy to report that Geonet have helped us create a website that is already changing the way we work for the better. We have noticed a marked increase in web engagement already as the site facilitates much greater interaction. Our analytics are all pointing in the right direction and we feel we have a website that will help us prosper over the next few years. Finally, the design process may be over but the aftercare provided by the Geonet team provides us the reassurance that our supporters will continue to receive a satisfactory experience for the duration of our site’s lifespan.”


– Jim Entwistle, Head of Media and Communications


Take a look at the website here: