Liveable Lives is a research project run by the University of Brighton, in partnership with Universities in America and India. The project looks at what makes life liveable, rather than just bearable, for LGBTQ people in the UK and India. The Research Team needed to create an identity for the project. They needed a web application (web app) and a responsive website that would allow people to easily participate in the research.
The web app and website was created in three languages, making it more accessible in certain parts of India.
Security was top of mind with this project. Because of it's nature, it was likely it could draw unwanted attention in the form of cyber attacks. It was also essential to keep people's data secure. To do this SSL encryption was added to the app and website. To help counter attacks, such as DDOS, the whole site was integrated with Cloudflare Content Delivery Network (CDN). Using the CDN provided a large number of security features to help us deal with any such attacks. It also enables the site to remain online, even if the main server suffered an outage.