New Site Launch - Irish Arts Review

  • Apr 2014
  • Read Time: 4 Mins


Big Dog Digital is proud to introduce the new online home of the Irish Arts Review:

Built using WordPress’s dynamic Content Management System, our website offers the team over at the Irish Arts Review the ability to control and manage their website in a variety of important ways. As a result of WordPress CMS, our clients are capable of performing a large number of updates personally, such as adding and modifying pages, uploading imagery and video, updating their archives and other important tasks. This allows the Irish Arts Review far greater control over their website’s management than ever before.

Alongside this important feature, we have also ensured that is capable of being viewed on a wide range of platforms. Drawing on the techniques of responsive design, we have ensured that our client’s website will re-scale automatically to fit whatever device it’s being viewed on, whether be it iPad, smartphone or laptop. This new feature has drastically improved visitor accessibility and overall navigation.

Not only that, however, but we’ve also provided the team over at the Irish Arts Review with an exciting new feature for their online readership: The Online Price Guide to Irish Art Sales. This exicitng new feature allows subscribers to access the sales’ prices of Irish art from as early as 1994, giving readers the ability to search sales’ records by artist, auction house, or year. With its user-friendly design and intuitive interface, this new online Price Guide allows readers and subscribers to access this information in a way never before possible.

To check out the IAR Online Price Guide to Irish Art Sales for yourself, click here.

Nathan Fagan

As our in-house media production professional, Nathan’s primary responsibility is to produce and create high-quality video content for our clients. Alongside his role at Big Dog, Nathan is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and editor. His 2015 short documentary, 'Fallen Bird', won the Audience Award for Best Short Documentary at the IFI Documentary festival and screened at numerous Irish and international festivals. He has just completed his latest documentary, 'Hum'.

Dublin, Ireland