Mostyn is delighted to launch our full new website, after 3 months of development and testing.
When we launched our new Mostyn branding throughout our galleries and Siop in June, we also launched a new look website. You might have noticed that until now this only offered a limited amount of information about our current exhibitions and how to visit us.
Our old website contained over 10 years of exhibitions, resources and materials, and transferring it all over has been no mean feat! Since June we’ve been uploading our archives, rewriting and creating content, rethinking navigation and running tests to make sure the new site is as user-friendly and accessible as possible.
New website features that we’ve introduced include:
- More information about Mostyn’s history and our vision and values. Our transformation process hasn’t just been about giving us a new look, we’ll also be approaching how we do things in new ways. The new branding is just the start!
- An easier way to find our Siop online, and we’ll now be able to show you exhibition related items that are available to buy.
- More information about our Learning and Engagement projects and our work within the communities we serve.
- A new resources archive, so you can more easily access all the engagement packs, activities, YouTube tutorials and learning materials created for previous exhibitions.
- A clearer way to be able to donate and support our work at Mostyn, and for us to be able to thank those who are able to do so.
We’re still adding new resources and materials to our site, so please bear with us while we complete this process.
However, if there’s something you’d like to see, or that you notice something is missing on our new site, please drop us an email to [email protected]. We’d particularly like to hear from you if there’s a better way we can meet your accessibility needs – we’d like to continue to learn and improve how we do things.
We’d like to thank the Garfield Weston Cultural Fund for supporting our new branding and website, and Maraid Design for being such a pleasure to work with throughout the website redesign process. Thanks too to our fantastic tech intern, Maria Taggart, for all her help and her work uploading our archive.