Chaptr
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Diversification through Design

Striking the right chord for the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra

When Physical and Digital Collide

The digital home of physical art for John Hansard Gallery

Attracting a Broader Audience

A website worth applauding for South London Theatre

We are Chaptr, a climate-positive agency. We design and build impactful websites that inspire people to think, feel, or do. We specialise in website design and digital marketing for arts and culture, helping brands to thrive in a digitally connected world.

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Articles
Q&A – Jocelyn Lightfoot from the London Chamber Orchestra: Classical Music at a Crossroads
Q&A – Jocelyn Lightfoot from the London Chamber Orchestra: Classical Music at a Crossroads
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Q&A – Jack Lewis from John Hansard Gallery: Community, Engagement & Accessibility for Art Galleries
Q&A – Jack Lewis from John Hansard Gallery: Community, Engagement & Accessibility for Art Galleries
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Q&A – Jo Taylor from Rambert: How Audience Engagement Starts with Branding
Q&A – Jo Taylor from Rambert: How Audience Engagement Starts with Branding
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Will the latest round of Arts Council England funding save the Arts and Culture sector?
Will the latest round of Arts Council England funding save the Arts and Culture sector?
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Arts and Culture: how to design your website to meet accessibility requirements
Arts and Culture: how to design your website to meet accessibility requirements
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Arts and Culture: How can virtual tours increase audience engagement for art galleries and museums?
Arts and Culture: How can virtual tours increase audience engagement for art galleries and museums?