We’re proud to have launched a new website for Hampstead Theatre.
Hampstead Theatre is an internationally-respected venue that has been a home to new writing and producing for over 50 years, nurturing the careers of luminaries including Michael Frayn, Harold Pinter, Mike Leigh and Haneif Kureishi.
The site shows off the theatre’s strong visual branding and features integration with the Spektrix ticketing system.
See for yourself at hampsteadtheatre.com.
We’re really pleased to announce the launch of a new website for Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra is Australia’s internationally-acclaimed and oldest orchestra, established in 1906. MSO has built a reputation for excellence, versatility and innovation over the years. We wanted to provide a fresh, modern look that would allow that to shine through.
We’re rolling out this site in phases. The next one, due for completion later this year, involves full Tessitura ticketing integration through our BlocksOffice platform, allowing for mobile-optimised SYOS and sophisticated subscription models.
This also happens to be the first work out of the studio for our growing roster of Australian clients. Our international profile has been growing recently and we’ll have much more to announce over the coming months.
Check out the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra website at mso.com.au.
We’re looking for two new PHP developers in our Birmingham Office, to work on projects using a variety of platforms including Silverstripe, Symfony and Drupal. We like developers with a good grasp of web standards and user-centred design. These are entry level positions – we’re looking for raw talent more than experience. We can provide plenty of experience.
Required: Demonstrable passion for the web.
Preferred: Good computer science degree.
Desirable: Experience with one of the platforms mentioned above.
Your salary will be £18-£25K depending upon qualifications and experience. You’ll be joining a team that does award-winning work for great, high-profile clients.
Send a CV and covering email to email@example.com.
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Our blog post highlighting mobile website traffic statistics for arts organisations has been featured in a double-page spread in JAM, the Arts Marketing Association’s quarterly journal.
The issue (which you can read online here) focussed on mobile marketing and also features contributions from Roger Tomlinson, MoMA’s Allegra Burnette and the RSC’s Amy Clarke.
We’re finally able to announce some very exciting news.
Made has acquired digital media agency Firechaser.
This means that we now count the National Theatre, Southbank Centre and Roundhouse among the prestige arts and culture clients in our portfolio. Other clients joining us include King’s Place, Young Vic, Wigmore Hall, Newcastle Theatre Royal, global construction company, Mace Group and several more.
The Drum have more on the news here.
This is our third acquisition in recent years, having taken over Fireloop Creative in 2009 and added a social media service by picking up Meshed Media last year.
We’re on a bit of a roll at the moment. We’re in the midst of a flurry of new website launches and we’re continuing to build up our international client list. More info about all of that will follow but, in the meantime, you can follow @MadeHQ on Twitter.