Performing arts website design in HTML5, for Ettingshausens, a young people's dance education and training company in Sydney's Sutherland Shire.

Case Study

Ettingshausens are a highly professional performing arts, education and training dance company based in the Sutherland Shire area of Sydney, Australia.

Catering to a market of young people of school aged children, they specialise in different dance styles as well as karate.

They wanted a cutting edge HTML5 website design that would represent them well in the marketplace and approached Percept as the most appropriate website design and digital agency to help them achieve the quality end result that they were after.

Percept had fun designing this website for the performing arts sector as it allowed us to come up with a very slick looking site, that was arty, modern, professional and aesthetically pleasing, as well as being functional and easy to use at the same time.

As the digital agency who won the project, Percept worked with this client to create a final website design that is fitting of such an exciting performing arts company.

Ettingshausens had a large image bank of quality, professional photography which certainly helps get the most out of the design. It is also important as it displays a true representation of what real life students actually experience when attending Ettingshausens rather than using generic stock images.

These real life images are very aspirational, helping in the ongoing push for enrolments which is one of the main purposes of the website. As such, it was to appeal to young people based in Sydney’s Sutherland Shire as well as their parents.

Since its launch, Ettingshausens have received plenty of positive feedback about the look, functionality and overall user experience for their digital presence which they are very proud of.

More importantly however, because of their new website design and email marketing, this Sutherland Shire business have reduced administration costs as all information is quickly and easily delivered to the user.