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Posted in news,projects by on September 24th, 2009

Website Buy the Book

Tindal Street Press website

Blimey, it’s another new Made website this week!

We’ve just launched the new site for Tindal Street Press, the award-winning publisher that puts out the best contemporary fiction from the finest literary talent across the region.

They’re one of the smallest publishers to reach the Man Booker shortlist: consistently punching above their weight with a multitude of gong wins, and are a lovely bunch to work with!

Congratulations to them, too, as 2009 sees them celebrate 10 years in business.

The website’s chocka with great content, nifty social media stuff, all wrapped up in a top-notch design and powered by our Backstage CMS.

Happy birthday Tindal Street. Here’s to the next 10 years…

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Posted in news,projects by on September 23rd, 2009

Website Kicks Off


It’s another fantastic new site launch here at Made: we’ve been working with Marketing Birmingham to help promote Birmingham’s bid as a host city for the World Cup 2018, through development of an official website which features an interactive ‘One Kick for Birmingham’ Flash element.

The public are invited to get involved by filming their own fancy football footwork and uploading it to the site, where they will be streamed continuously to create a never-ending chain of kicks in support of Birmingham’s bid.

Check out the site, then get involved and upload footage of your own skills to it, in support of bringing the World Cup to this fine, fine city. We’re backing this 100% as Birmingham needs more of this kind of thing coming to town!


Posted in news,projects by on September 22nd, 2009

Centre Screen

Warwick Arts Centre foyer information screen

We’re continuing to work on some great digital projects for Warwick Arts Centre, having just launched a number of new screens around the popular arts venue in response to a brief that’s seen us look at modernising the delivery of programme information, for visitors, internally.

The screens run a Flash movie that we’ve designed in-keeping with the arts centre branding (and our recent website redevelopment, of course!), powered by a behind-the-scenes computer system. The Flash movie pulls in content directly from in a continuous feed.

It’s a fantastic example of how the web can permeate the real world in a relevant, practical way. Coupled with the new website, there’s now no excuse not to know what’s on at WAC!


Posted in news by on September 4th, 2009

Made Acquires Fireloop

Yup, it’s official: Fireloop Creative is now part of Made Media!

Design Week and The Drum have the skinny…