Three years after their previous website went live, The BRIT School are today launching a new website geared at meeting the growing number of people browsing the Internet on the latest smartphones and tablets.
The BRIT School is renowned for its impressive lineup of alumni, including Adele and Jessie J. Having recently surpassed over 1 million unique visitors The BRIT School website is an important tool for aspiring 14-19 year-olds looking to make a career in the arts, entertainment and communications industries.
Working closely with e4education, the website is now accessible across platforms, boasting an impressive responsive design that puts the free Performing Arts and Technology School at the forefront of web technologies.
Nicholas Myers, Marketing Executive at e4education explained, “With 75% of the UK expected to own a Smartphone by the end of 2014, having a website that is truly optimised to work well on a range of devices is key. With The BRIT School’s new website we have achieved just that.”
Speaking about the project, Alexa Cruickshank, Head of External Relations and Enterprise at The BRIT School said, “Working with e4education has been a pleasure from start to finish. They took our ambitious brief and listened to our ideas and vision for the site and then ran with it. We are very proud of the result and hope visitors to our site will enjoy the experience and learn what The BRIT School has to offer”.
Lead Designer on the project, Martin Smout, added, “It’s always a collaborative process, and the best websites are conceived and realised when both parties work hard to achieve that goal. This synergy encourages creativity and innovation to flourish. This collaborative approach ensured we delivered a high quality website the school could be proud of for many years to come.”
To new website can be viewed at www.brit.croydon.sch.uk.