Interpeace: Web design that ensures maximised accessibility and usability

Interpeace is an independent, international peacebuilding organisation based in Geneva, Switzerland. The global non-profit organisation was initially established in 1994 by the United Nations to develop innovative solutions to build peace.


Interpeace’s institutional website is the organisation’s core presence on the web. We created a website design that allows Interpeace to manage a large amount of content and communicate to a variety of target audiences about its work. The site also reflects the latest trends in web development.

  • UX design that works for target audiences across the globe

    Interpeace’s website has a global target audience with a variety of different needs. Darwin Digital developed a web design that ensures maximised accessibility and usability for each of the different user groups. The organisation’s institutional website development is complemented by regional and projects specific sites that are using the same templates as the main site to ensure consistency across the digital presences.

  • Accessible resource library

    We have built a searchable resource library that contains more than 300 documents, videos and audio files. The goal was to make this information accessible to a wider audience by tagging and classifying the different files. Users can now quickly access what they are looking for without having to sift through all available data.

  • Ongoing training and support

    Darwin Digital provides ongoing training and support to the Interpeace communications team. We are on stand-by to solve unexpected problems and help out if something goes wrong. Our training makes sure that the team has the skills to manage the site independently on a day-to-day basis.