Here is the first glimpse of the new Table Tennis England website which will be launched in the coming weeks.
It has been created with the intention of improving the user experience, making it easier to find the information you need – whether you are a player, official, coach, volunteer, spectator, parent, teacher or completely new to table tennis.
We have been working with our partners at Jask Creative, who have designed and built the new site, which has a modern and fresh look as well as improved navigation. It is also designed to high standards of inclusivity and is fully compatible with all devices, from mobile phones to desktops.
We are currently finalising the content and undertaking testing with the aim to launch in January.
We are also creating an online archive and members’ area which will be a fantastic new resource for information about our sport.
The latest Board minutes and National Council and Members’ Advisory Group papers will be stored there – in easily downloadable format – and the site will also contain Annual Reviews and rankings and ratings lists.
The full Table Tennis News magazine archive will be accessible from this area and, in time, further historic records and a performance and tournaments archive will be added.
Table Tennis England Chief Executive Sara Sutcliffe said: “We’re excited to launch our new website in the next few weeks.
“The primary intention is to provide the best possible experience for people visiting the site, making it easy to navigate and find the information they need to start or continue their journey in table tennis – in short, it will be our shop window for the sport.
“The creation of the online archive and members’ area will also allow us to provide even more information to the table tennis community about all aspects of our sport.”
Here are some more example pages.
Improved and easy to navigate menu structure:
Interactive Find a Place to Play page:
A typical news article:
A typical overview page:
One of the England squads profile pages:
TT Kidz and Ping! landing pages: