From the client side of things, it's a piece of cake. They have a simple form to input the information, drag and drop pictures and paste video links. They then hit publish, and the site does all the work for them.
When a production is uploaded, they have an option to tick for which category it should be featured it - past, current or in development. Once a production is out of development and is live, they simply change the toggle to select "current" and it moves into the right place on the site.
The layout of each production's page will change depending on what content is uploaded. For example, some will have reviews, some won't - some will have YouTube trailers, some won't. Webflow can be very clever sometimes!
We couldn’t have been happier with Tom’s work. He taught us not only how to love the shiny, all-singing/dancing website he designed for us, but also to how to amend its content with confidence! Tom is a good-humoured, patient, meticulous collaborator whose grasp of our requirements (we are a small theatrical production company) helped to lend his work both style and genuine empathy.
Tim Whitnall & Anna Murphy
Owners at Feather Productions Ltd
Let’s have a quick 30 minute (free of charge) and see if we're a good match.