CASE STUDY

The Daniel Adamson

1903 Steam Ship The Daniel Adamson, affectionately known as The Danny, is a tourist attraction for Merseyside. Available for private hire, tours or cruises

WEBSITE GOALS:

We were approached by The Daniel Adamson Preservation Society to produce a website promoting the cruising and static events The Danny is involved in between Liverpool and Manchester, and building up their online presence. The main goals of the website were:

  • Design and develop a website that reflects the unique history and character of The Daniel Adamson.
  • Integrate with the ticketing supplier's API to produce a calendar that keeps up to date with the latest tickets on sale, while also allowing non-ticketed events to display on the same calendar.
  • Create an interactive map with information about the locations The Danny visits, from the docks of Liverpool to the quays in Manchester.
  • Provide an easy to use yet powerful CMS allowing full control over the website's content.
The Danny
The Danny
The Danny

Project Results

"If you want to hear the words ‘yes’ a lot from a team of web developers and designers, then we can strongly recommend Website Vision as the team have continually supported the development of our website from an idea to a tool which now supports not only a business, but a charity, a volunteer organisation a tourist attraction and an employer.

The team are talented and know what they are doing and take the lead or can lead you. The agency ethos is friendly, down-to-earth, ethical and supportive, We have always felt the main aim is to please the client rather than find new ways to charge a client, which sadly can be seen with many agencies. As a new attraction with limited budget we feel we have benefited from a sophisticated website which is not only user-friendly but also provides us with useful admin support, backed with all the reports we will need to take the business forward."

Georgia Hayes
Marketing Manager - The Danny

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