European Union working with Cyber-Duck to show UK Residents what’s in it for them

By Cyber-Duck, Posted 7 years ago

 

The European Union has selected Cyber-Duck to develop a website which is aimed at providing objective information about how the EU helps UK residents.


Due to be launched in summer 2010, the site is designed to build on the popularity of the brochure, ‘The EU: What’s in it for me?’ which was first launched in 2007 and showed U.K residents aspects of everyday life that the EU contributes to.

The website will be available at www.the-eu-and-me.org.uk and will offer information, multimedia and news in a concise and accessible format. A wide range of topics will be covered, including the EU contribution to economic growth, protecting consumer interests, fighting crime & policing borders, and making our food and environment safer.

Cyber-Duck’s role will range from strategic planning of the website and analysis of how to make it more accessible to search engines, through to design, web production and creation of multi-media interactive content that actively engages users.

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