In September and October 2016 the Thames estuary was host to a brand new festival showcasing the amazing art, location and talent of that area. Curated by arts organisation Metal we were asked to design and develop a website with existing branding.
With a packed schedule the website not only needed to reflect the level of artist endeavour the festival celebrated but it's UI needed to be up to snuff to cater for a wide range of events, workshops, talks, gigs and films.
The festival itself was widely publicised on national print, TV and radio media The website was widely used and publicised with links from the BBC, The Guardian and the Daily Telegraph.
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