We’ve just launched a new mobile website for the AT&T Performing Arts Center in Dallas. They’re our first client in America and, following on from our recent news about our work in Australia, a fantastic addition to our growing international portfolio.
The AT&T Performing Arts Center is a huge, $354m multi-venue center in the Dallas Arts District. It comprises four venues and an urban park and is home to five resident opera, theatre and dance companies. The spectacular Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House was designed by Norman Foster and the Wyly Theatre is so innovative it’s been the subject of a TED talk.
Their new mobile site allows patrons to browse events, purchase tickets and access all the information they’ll need when making their way to the show. They can also pre-purchase car parking.
The site caters for donations and also allows users to log in to their accounts where they’ll find their E-Tickets. These are scannable tickets to be presented on the phone to ushers on the night of the performance.
If you’re interested in the more technical details, it’s an HTML5 mobile site that works well on iOS, Android and other smartphones and integrates directly with the Tessitura API. A content management system allows for mobile-specific content to be added.