New Home Park Stadium Website Launched
The newly-launched website is our second iteration of homeparkstadium.com, with the inaugural design having served as a brochure for what was to come upon opening the new facilities within the Mayflower Grandstand.
With the venue now thriving as an events hub year-round with a wide range of concerts and entertainment for all ages and interests, it was essential that the revamped homeparkstadium.com website reflected the direction of travel of the venue.
Due to the strength of the initial Home Park Stadium branding and the excellent relationship with Just Enough Brave and Altitude, it was a simple decision to evolve the existing branding into its next cycle, rather than move in a different direction.
The clean, clear and minimalistic design reflects our desire to make Home Park Stadium easy to navigate and understand the range of events and booking options available to guests and industry partners.
Home Park Stadium’s Head of Marketing and Communications, Jamie Yabsley, said: “Developing Home Park Stadium as a stand-alone business, conferencing and events venue is vital. Ensuring that information is delivered in a clear and timely manner to our visitors is essential in developing the brand further.
“Version one of the website was innovative, creating a digital brochure to promote the venue in its infancy.
“The evolution of Home Park Stadium and the events portfolio that we now offer means that the website needed to change into a living and breathing events hub.
“Having come out of the other side of lockdowns and business interruption, and, in our case at Home Park Stadium, handing over the venue for NHS use, the new website serves as the bedrock of our plans in the months ahead.”
Dave Smith, Creative Director of Just Enough Brave commented, “It has been an absolute pleasure to further strengthen our working relationship with Home Park.
“With close consultation and our intimate understanding of the team’s business objectives we have created a site that helps users quickly find and act on their interest in Home Park.”