Home to the Bulldog Trust headquarters, which owns and runs the charity, Two Temple Place is a late Victorian mansion available for private hire and is open to the public during an annual winter exhibition. Objectives to build awareness, drive visitors to the exhibition and become top of mind as a luxury private hire venue gave rise for a website redesign.
Two Temple Place strikes a balance of being closed to the public for eight months of the year but being available to hire in part or as a whole for weddings, filming and other private events. An adaptable and easy to update homepage addresses the need for Two Temple Place to shift the focus of the website at different times during the year when open to the public.
The annual, temporary exhibition is a collaboration with up and coming curators and brings regional collections to London. A programme of events are offered alongside the annual exhibition, integration with Eventbrite allows users to book events from within the website. Current and past exhibitions also offer learning resources for schools available for download.
Alex Edwards Programme Coordinator Two Temple Place
We have had a really positive experience working with Design Culture in redesigning our website. From our first meeting with them we felt they really understood our organisation and what we wanted to achieve. They are very approachable and supportive which was particularly important for us as it was the first time we had attempted a project like this.
An online form enabling one off and regular donations was built using the Stripe payment gateway replacing postal and offline payments. Additional forms were created for venue hire, staff vacancies and volunteer enquiries, integrated with Salesforce Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software and with all form submissions tracked as goals within Google Tag Manager.
increase in newsletter subscriptions
increase average session duration
increase in pages viewed per session