Below is a selection of Pooka&co’s recent client work.
Scottish Poetry Library
Website, CRM system & online shop
In 2018, Pooka&co rebuilt the popular Scottish Poetry Library website on WordPress Content Management System.
As part of the project, we moved content for over 20,000 poems, poets, podcasts, photographs and shop products from the organisation’s previous website.
In addition, we migrated the organisation’s Client Relationship Management system, and integrated their membership functions with the website, to allow members of the Library to log in and update their profile, view and renew their memberships.
Regional Screen Scotland
Rebrand & website redesign
Pooka&co is currently working on a rebrand for Regional Screen Scotland, producing a new logo and a new website, to be launched in summer 2019.
Responsive web design & ecommerce
Taigh Chearsabhagh is an arts centre and museum based in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. Pooka&co handled the redesign and redevelopment of the client’s
WordPress website in 2017.
The brief was to create a more contemporary look for the centre’s site, which would be accessible responsively across device sizes. The site design also had to evoke the rural island location of the centre.
The website is fully bilingual in English and Scottish Gaelic, with navigation to allow users to switch easily between these different versions of the site.
Ecommerce is also a key component of the site, using WooCommerce – the leading ecommerce plugin for WordPress.
Music Beyond Mainstream
Responsive web design
Music Beyond Mainstream represents a dozen of the UK’s top performance venues, curating and promoting unique tours by major artists including John Grant, Paloma Faith and Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
In 2016, Pooka&co were approached by Music Beyond Mainstream to design and
develop a new WordPress website that would promote their projects, tours and artists to the wider world.
The design approach creates a sense of intrigue and discovery around the client’s tours and projects, and Music Beyond Mainstream has incorporated elements of the website designs into their broader marketing materials and promotions.
Access Scottish Theatre
Accessible web design
Access Scottish Theatre provide listings for accessible performances across Scotland.
The new website was required to be AA compliant, ensuring its accessibility to those with visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive and motor impairments.
The website was planned with careful consideration for screen readers and all aforementioned disabilities.
The final design uses accessible design practices such as AA compliant and Dyslexia friendly colour contrasts, accessible typography and sizing, optimal line lengths and multiple forms of visual communication methods (iconography + colour + text).