Paths for All was founded in Scotland in 1996. It is a partnership of over 20 national organisations, focusing on the promotion of the benefits of walking and of the path network in Scotland. The website was redeveloped in order to complement the organisation's new brand and brand guidelines, whilst opening up the vast resources Paths for All have available to the public.
The Paths for All site includes information on local walks, resources to help encourage walking in the workplace, and technical advice for anyone involved in planning or maintaining paths.
SATIN was set up in 2009 to share good practice and to support people interested and involved in design, construction and maintenance of infrastructure for active travel, outdoor access and mountain biking. SATIN is a member led network, organised by a voluntary working group (Cycling Scotland, Falkirk Council, Forestry Commission Scotland, Paths for All, Scottish Natural Heritage, Sustrans Scotland)
The site's main features include a directory, case study manager, case study submission, events listings and a members area.
Paths for All Development Officer, Colin Ward, said: "Thank you to all of the Alienation Digital staff for all your hard work in designing and developing our new website - it looks great. Looking forward to continued working with you on the future development of our website."