At Atomic Smash we design WordPress websites for a whole range of clients from Bristol charities and non profits to world class art galleries and investment businesses. The thing that unites all our projects is that what we aim to build is more than just a website, we create something that makes a difference to the day to day running of an organisation. Often this is achieved through intelligent system integration and well thought out user experience design on top of the open source WordPress platform.
Spike Island required a new WordPress and WooCommerce driven site to help push their digital strategy forwards.
The Whitechapel Gallery were in need of a brand new, digital strategy. Working in partnership with JOYLAB, we were able to deliver exactly this.
In Between Time needed a new WordPress website that combined their festival websites and their organisations information website into one new website which could then act as a comprehensive archive in the future.
Atomic Smash worked with FD Works to create a new WordPress platform that integrated Gravity Forms with Zapier to help streamline internal processes.
The Festival of Ideas team required a new look and feel to their brand and a WordPress website that could be applied to a vast programme of events.
A new WordPress website for Studio Voltaire and a new Shopify website for House of Voltaire that are integrated through the Shopify API.
One25 needed a new WordPress website and brand identity that helped them to tell their story online and offline whilst encouraging the community to engage with the charity.