Website for Jung & Alt e.V.

Jung & Alt e.V. is based in Hamburg and works for an active exchange between different generations. At its heart is the grandma’s help service, where grandmas and grandpas visit and help young families out.

They wanted their website to be responsive, but to otherwise keep the style of the previous layout: Not too many colours, calm, easy to use for all age groups with clear images and short structured texts.

Year: 2020
Commissioned by: Jung & Alt e.V.
Project: UX

About Jung & Alt e.V.

Das Projekt Oma-Hilfsdienst wurde 1979 von Beate Schmidt erstmalig im Bundesgebiet ins Leben gerufen. Was als Kinderbetreuungsdienst begann, ist heute ein Rundum-Service für Jung und Alt. Um die einzelnen Projekte unter einem Dach zu vereinen, ist 1993 der Verein Jung und Alt in Zuwendung e.V. gegründet worden.

Seit 2008 heisst der Verein Jung & Alt e.V. und ist als gemeinnützig im Vereinsregister Hamburg eingetragen und anerkannter Träger der freien Jugendhilfe. Er ist unabhängig von Regierungen, politischen Überzeugungen und religiösen Glaubensrichtungen.

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