Cog Design creates arts festival website

Cog Design has created a new website for Norfolk & Norwich Festival.

The 16-day festival features music, art, theatre and literature, and will be held from 7-22 May.

Cog Design was appointed at the end of January on the recommendation of previous clients, says Norfolk & Norwich Festival’s head of communications Matthew Sanders.

Sanders says, ‘The festival has been growing apace this year and we wanted to up our game online. We needed someone with a fantastic track record that could turn the website around in such a short time.’

Cog Design director Michael Smith says, ‘The brief was to create something that fitted aesthetically within the body of European multi-arts festivals while still appealing to local audiences.’

The new site, which launches today, features a palette of grey, yellow and white, and has been designed to be easy to use. Further elements, such as voting facilities and an interactive section will roll out as the festival approaches.

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  • Mat Dolphin November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Would be good if you shared url links to stories like this, especially when you’re mentioning a site launch.

    Thanks,
    Mat

  • Simon Leadbetter November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
  • magga November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    This is not the first request for URLs from this outfit. DW if you can’t show some initiative at least show some responsiveness.

  • Jamie Young November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Finally someone has mentioned this. I probably should’ve mentioned this myself before… Good call, this has been needed for a while.

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