We all know the issue of climate change is probably the most important thing facing us and our children today – but finding ways of persuading people to use less stuff is deeply challenging. Throwing new scientific methods at this problem is likely where the solution lies.

The site is a WordPress build and developed so it is responsive, able to deliver content to mobile, tablet or desktop. Under the hood we’ve got our modular content framework which allows content editors at Virgin to easily add new blocks of content, FAQ’s, grids of featured pages, or posts.

As with everything we do, our main focus is really two-fold: firstly, making sure the site is simple, navigable and attractive to people on the front-end, and secondly, reducing content editing time and effort so the site can remain up-to-date and topical with minimal effort required from in-house teams of already busy people.

At a glance...

Project Type

Description

We’ve recently had the privilege of working with the Virgin Earth Challenge team on a new website for this hugely inspiring project. The Virgin Earth Challenge is a $25 million dollar prize for an economically sustainable way of removing carbon from the air. As people who are very concerned about the environment – this stuff really resonates.

Client

Virgin Group

Link

http://www.virginearth.com/
When we wanted to make updates to our website we needed a web developer that would be able to take a complex, in-depth issue and present it in a fun, professional, coherent, comprehensive and  navigable way, and Thirty8 did not disappoint! It was an absolute pleasure dealing with the Thirty8 team. They were immediately responsive to any queries and their creativity and patience made working with them a real delight. If you are looking to create nice web content around your organisation and initiative then Thirty8 are a great partner. I would highly recommend them.
— David Addison – Virgin Group

What people say

  • Head of Marketing, Communications and PR, The Jewish Museum, London

    I’m so pleased we made the decision to appoint Thirty8 Digital to run our website development project; they had brilliant creative ideas, were great communicators and really importantly they understand the challenges of developing a museum website (especially doing so on a tight budget!) The end result is fantastic, and the ongoing support they’ve given us since the launch has also been brilliant. ...

    Project: Jewish Museum

  • Rick Lawrence, Digital Media Officer, Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter

    We chose Thirty8 Digital to work on our Designated World Cultures website because of their experience in working with collections data and their solid reputation in the museum sector. Their work with our Collections Database website’s API to pull object data and images into the new website and making it a seamless part of the overall product delivered exactly what we hoped for....

    Project: Royal Albert Memorial Museum, World Cultures

  • Helen Hayden, Head of Marketing, The American Museum in Britain

    Thirty8 Digital certainly made, what seemed a challenging project, run smoothly. By gauging the full staff’s opinion on the old website and where we should be heading with a new one, Thirty8 Digital were able to combine everyone’s thoughts and help us create a clean, easy to navigate, informative website with plenty of scope for further development....

    Project: American Museum website

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