Web Design Case Study

Little Theatre of Wilkes-Barre 100th Season Site Update

The Little Theatre of Wilkes-Barre has been putting on shows since 1923. To showcase the talent and determination of this long-running theater, a new website was designed and developed to not only present their thrilling current season but also showcase a chronicle of the theatre productions.

When companies and organizations decide that it’s time for a website redesign they typically want a more modern site and that’s what our designers usually work towards. However, when redesigning the Little Theatre of Wilkes-Barre’s site our designers had to combine a more modern approach while also maintaining a classic and golden age of theatre aesthetic, as the client wanted to keep its ageless feel.

Our designers kept this mentality while designing and building the new domain. Keeping the end-user in mind, they formulated questions to help with their approach. How would the user access the tickets to the productions? How can we make everything as clear as possible for users of all ages and backgrounds? How can we keep and show the personality that has kept this theatre thriving?

Our team addressed the above questions and more while redesigning each new component of the website. The classic feel of the colors combined with the stunning photos the theatre already had, gave us a great starting point. This feeling was then encompassed in each page to connect the whole site.

During our iterative design process with the client, each revision made created an even more stunning site that truly encompasses the golden age of theatre and the unique personality our client has. The new site showcases the magnificent history and small-town charisma that the Little Theatre of Wilkes-Barre maintains. We can’t wait to see what this theatre has in store for the next 100 years!

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