October 12, 2011 · 2 min read
Stealth site launched
The office has been full of music this week because of the launch of our latest website for Nottingham’s live music venue and club, Stealth. This website is the third in a series of sites we’re launching for Stealth and its sister venues, and every launch is just as exciting as the last.
Just like the Rock City and Rescue Rooms sites, the Stealth website was built using Joomla software and integrates social media, a gig guide and archive, and a ticket purchasing option. In order to make the site the place-to-be for music fans, we’ve incorporated video footage and audio clips into the artist pages, and have included a recommended artists feature that helps people learn about other bands they may enjoy.
The website also includes a competitions section, a mailing list form, and contact information so Stealth can communicate with its fans across multiple platforms.
The Stealth site is a reskin of the other two websites, but with a few clever changes we were able to create a website that stays true to Stealth’s image. To accommodate Stealth’s very active social media followers, we also made the site much more heavily integrated with Facebook and Google+. So, while users get a different experience, back-end administrators have the convenience of one coordinated system that is easy-to-use and update.
Check out Stealth’s new website and let us know what you think.