Pixel Kicks creates and launches new website for Liverpool venue
Manchester-based digital agency Pixel Kicks has designed and launched a new website for Liverpool venue Sefton Park Palm House.
The agency secured the brief following a competitive pitch earlier this year and has worked on promoting awareness about the venue, its history and charitable trust. The project also included attracting visitors to the venue, driving donations, sales and private hire enquiries through the new website.
It was tasked with showcasing the offering of the venue on the website using bespoke imagery, video, blog articles, downloads and events promotion.
Sefton Park Palm House Preservation Trust, set up in 1996, is a registered charity set up to manage the Grade ll listed building, Sefton Park Palm House.
The trust raises its own income and makes an annual contribution to Liverpool City Council, which goes towards building maintenance and supports a programme of community events.
Chris Buckley, MD at Pixel Kicks, said: “Sefton Park Palm House is a much loved institution in the North West so it was an honour to work on the new site. We believe we have created a first-class website that will play an integral part in the attraction’s future as we emerge from the pandemic and well beyond.”
Roy Boardman, director at Sefton Park Palm House Preservation Trust, added: “Pixel Kicks has done a fantastic job and we are delighted with the new website. It perfectly showcases everything we have to offer to our visitors and the wider community and I’m sure it will add real commercial value to our operations.”