New 2000trees festival website is up and looking pretty damn good if I do say so myself. The last website was looking a bit tired and we had the opportunity to start from scratch so we threw everything out, built a responsive framework, completley customised the worpress backend with custom txonomies and post types for ease of use. We even refined the brand itself by stripping it back to its core elements and creating a simplistic stamp.
Tickets are still on sale (just). Apparently they’re selling out at 150 a week, with under a thousand left. We’ll be down there. I’ll be planted firmly in front of Dan Le Sac and Scroobious Pip with my camera. I really can’t over recommend this festival, it’s awesome. £75 for a weekend of British bands, indie food labels and great company. You can buy tickets here.
Fully scalable down to mobile. The website uses a custom, responsive framework. Something we’ve been working on for a while now and a staple starting point for the majority of our new builds. Open the website up on your desktop and play with your browser size; you’ll see it snap from full screen, to 720, down to 460px. I’ve been working on an elegant css-only layout framework that gives us creative freedom to use as a base for our wordpress builds. As a proof of concept; the trees website shines.