Manchester-based Silverchip has won the contract to redevelop the LGBT Foundation website.

The digital agency will also help with internal system and process re-development.

The transformation of the LGBT Foundation’s digital infrastructure will aim to engage, support and celebrate the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community through a clearer understanding of its services and work.

“We’re delighted to be working with LGBT Foundation – they’re a fantastic charity,” said Jamie McMullan, co-founder of Silverchip.

“Throughout our initial meetings, we’ve been extremely impressed with the important work they do and we see a real opportunity to dramatically change their digital infrastructure and web presence to help them engage and support even more people in their life-changing work.”

The new site will be responsive across all devices, with a focus on clearly-defined user journeys.

It will also help LGBT Foundation celebrate key charity supporters including volunteers and donors.

Established in 2010 by Liam Bateman and Jamie McMullan, Silverchip is based in the Sharp Project and works with clients ranging from England Squash, William Hill, Napolina and REHAU.