Ten4 Design

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Since 2001 we’ve worked with theatres, festivals, concert halls, museums, and urban renewal projects, from locally loved hot-spots to world renowned institutions. Each has unique goals that we help meet through digital strategy, design and development.

More than anything, we believe good outcomes are built on good relationships and a sharp focus on your users’ needs. So we maintain a tight-knit in-house team, all of whom you’ll get to know, and put a big emphasis on discovery. This is how we gain a deep understanding of your requirements before we even think about designing menus, specifying third-party systems or writing code.

Advocating for great user experience at every stage means that we might have to challenge your goals or assumptions from time to time. But that’s okay, because getting our heads together and our hands dirty is how we get our best results: increased sales, more donations, a larger and more diverse audience, and happier staff. (We also win the odd award, here and there.)

Above all, we’re friendly, passionate people, who care about our work and about helping our clients achieve long-term success. We do this through empathy and collaboration, and with dedication to you, your audience and the arts.

Andrew Ladd
Project Manager
Email: hello@ten4design.co.uk
Tel: 02076130590

Visit: www.ten4design.co.uk



Links

How to supercharge your event pages with strategy, automation, and a slightly terrifying spreadsheet
Take a look at any venue’s Google Analytics, and you’ll probably find their event pages get more traffic than anything else. And why shouldn’t they? Events are the main reason — if not the only reason — for people to visit a venue and buy tickets. In this article, Andrew Ladd from Ten4 Design explains how to supercharge your event pages with strategy and automation. Read the full Ten4 Design Resource.
Tags: Accessibility & Inclusivity | Business Planning | Increasing Engagement & Income | Marketing Planning | Metrics & Data | Platforms & Tools | Websites that Work

Why you should get rid of your What’s On page
The "What's On" page is a standard feature of almost every venue website. In this article, Andrew Ladd from Ten4 Design explains some of the problems with What's On, and how going beyond that generic pattern can create a better experience for your users. Once you get rid of your What's On page, you'll probably find you — and your users — won't miss it at all. Read the full Ten4 Design Resource.
Tags: Websites that Work

DonateFlow
Ten4 Design give insight into their free platform for collecting online donations. Read the full Ten4 Design Resource.
Tags: Platforms & Tools | Websites that Work

How to get more donations through your website
More than ever over the past two years, arts organisations rely on online donations to fund what they do. John Stewart from Ten4 Design shares some ways to make your donation page more effective. Read the full Ten4 Design Resource.
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Case Study: Ely Cathedral
Ten4 Design share how they completely overhauled Ely's identity as a visitor attraction, with a redesigned website and modern new ticketing features. Read the full Ten4 Design Resource.
Tags: Increasing Engagement & Income | Websites that Work

Case Study: Saffron Hall
Ten4 Design share how they helped Saffron Hall relaunch their website in stages, over several years, to deliver a better experience for their users while keeping to modest annual budgets. Read the full Ten4 Design Resource.
Tags: Websites that Work