Five years ago, as the world began to realise that the internet was not an overnight phenomenon, if someone had told you that in excess of £50bn is expected to change hands online in 2011, and that the high street would begin to look like the set of a Hollywood western, you would have thought them crazy. But it is unfolding on our screens. The world has got the online shopping bug and it seems that now the Arts wants to get involved.
Since January, Jalloro has won six e-commerce jobs and we have launched 2 platforms already:
- one for Damian Delahunty at Mount Street Galleries, www.mountstreetgalleries.com/prints
- another for Annie Summers’ new jewellery range, www.shellbound.co.uk.
while we are currently working on another 4, an online art gallery, More.
Having just completed a project designing the 2011 Season Programme for Garsington Opera, we designed and built them a brand new website. The Seasonal Opera Festival required a fresh website to coincide with their move to Wormsley estate. The brief called for intuitive and simple navigation to suit their current client base but with a contemporary feel to attract a new generation of opera lovers. The site is now live at www.garsingtonopera.org.
We have fallen for the dazzling rings designed by one of our favourite creatives. These pieces are sparkly enough to make a magpies eyes pop out. We were lucky enough to design a website for Annie Summer’s new venture, Shellbound. www.shellbound.co.uk