21 May 2010: Arts Audiences publishes a guide to developing a brief for a website: a mentoring report from TBG&S

Considering a new website? Want to optimise the outcome, and keep costs as low as possible? Under Arts Audiences’ New Media Mentoring Scheme, Aoife Flynn of asquared mentored Rayne Booth of Temple Bar Gallery & Studios as she prepared a brief for the organisation’s new website.

Rayne's report will be useful to you if you are considering either developing or re-developing a website.

The report is available from the Arts Audiences website: http://artsaudiences.ie/2010/05/developing-a-brief-for-a-website

 

Join the discussion

If you are interested in discussing this report with those involved, please visit the Arts Ireland group on LinkedIn. It’s free to join if you’re not already a member. Find out more about this LinkedIn group by reading James Kelly's article from the Arts Audiences website.

 

About the New Media Mentoring Scheme

Launched by Arts Audiences in November 2009, the New Media Mentoring Scheme matches individuals with expertise in digital media with individuals in arts organisations seeking mentoring for specific projects in the area of new media marketing.

A key aspect to this initiative is that the mentored organisations share what they have learnt with the wider arts community. This report is the third report in a series of eight which will will be published on the Arts Audiences website over the coming weeks.

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