What we did
UX research, Webdevelopment, UX testing
When we got together with Crossing Border, we were tasked with conveying the culture and experience of the festival itself into a useful website that showcases the more than 100 artists and musicians present at the festival, provides interesting and up-to-date information about the schedule, and allows visitors to purchase tickets easily and hassle-free. The new website would provide more user-interaction, a consistent brand image, and most importantly bestow Crossing Border’s intangible cultural impact to tens of thousands of curious visitors from around the world.
In the end we delivered a website for Crossing Border that helped the festival to be much more interactive. With features such as custom interactive timetables, an animated homegrid and even built in livestreaming Crossing Border can be experienced digitally the way it was intended.
We created an active timetable that visitors can use to find out what is happening where. It also features a time indicator so the user is sure what is happening at the current moment.
The interactive homegrid was made to support custom animations and showcase the artists and events in a customizable way. This grid is fully responsive and the team can easily manage and update it.
With multiple days of artists and events, it was important to easily find a specific artist or event you were looking for. We created a day by day view, which included filters for days, types of events and even an extremely accurate search bar.
Director at Crossing Border
“The guys at Miles are so fanatic about the project and will really go trough fire for the best result.”