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Theatre Forum

Dublin Based Arts Organisation

The Brief

Theatre Forum wanted a new modern website that promoted their organisation and the benefits of joining. They also wanted to reduce their admin time by having an automated membership system built into the website. It should also allow for event registration and payment.

The website should be easy to use for members and staff and allow one off job ads to be placed and paid for.

The Solution

I built a new membership website and bespoke theme using WordPress, a robust and easy to use CMS. The website includes content restricted to members, event management system, subscription and payment system and frontend content submission for members.

Published March 2018

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  • Bespoke responsive WordPress theme
  • Membership management system
  • Stripe Integration
  • Event registration & payment
  • Paid job ads facility & jobs board
  • Resource library
  • Member dashboard
  • Frontend content submission for members
  • Search engine optimisation
  • Favicon/IOS icon design
  • Custom contact forms
  • HTML, CSS & JavaScript
  • Wordpress training

Client feedback

We really enjoyed working with LadyGeekGeek on the redesign of our website, The process Charlie uses worked really well in helping us to figure out exactly what we wanted our redesign to achieve. Once we had a plan in place and objectives were clear on both sides, Charlie delivered our new website in time. We are delighted with the end result and would definitely work with LadyGeekGeek again.

Irma McLoughlin, General Manager


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My bespoke WordPress websites start at £2,200. If you would like me to quote for a specific project, please send an email with your requirements giving as much detail as possible.

Charlie Craig, Freelance Web Designer


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