Access has been awarded a digital contract from The Poetry Archive.
The Manchester agency will be working to optimise the site’s performance and complete a web audit.
The Poetry Archive is a not-for-profit organisation to share poetry through audio recordings of modern poets. It currently has more than 2000 recordings, from the likes of Seamus Heaney, Felix Dennis and its president, Daniel Day-Lewis.
“The Poetry Archive is an entirely online project and so it was critical for us to choose a partner agency that can help us to maximise our users enjoyment of the website,” explained Nicola Wheldrake, marketing and development manager for The Poetry Archive.
“We are really pleased to be working with Access, their knowledge of web optimisation is already proving very valuable and we’re looking forward to making key improvements to the site across the coming months.”
Access will analyse the user experience, hosting and provide ongoing site support.