Womad Festival front page
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We worked with WOMAD to come up with with a new design for their UK festival site, creating a site focused around WOMAD’s lineup and artists. We focused on building a faster website with a strong visual impact, and user experience centred around easier access to multimedia content. We also developed the software for an online schedule, allowing people to explore and bookmark events, on-site with mobiles (becoming part of the WOMAD app) as well and at home before the event.

WOMAD’s photographer’s produce stunning imagery each year and our design approach was all about bringing the festival’s content – photography, video and music – to the fore, with visual elements filling the screen and audio elements being on-hand at just the right time for users to be able to listen to WOMAD’s artists.

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