15 February 2012 - 11:09am | posted by | 0 comments

Teaching Shakespeare site created by 383 Project

Teaching Shakespeare site created by 383 ProjectTeaching Shakespeare site created by 383 Project

A new partnership between the Royal Shakespeare Company and the University of Warwick, Teaching Shakespeare, has unveiled a new identity and website created by 383 Project.

The overall aim of the web design was to make sure the key information for each of the different types of courses easily accessible.

383 Project said: “The overall look and feel has been designed to reflect the core values of the project – a vibrant, new approach to the modern day relevance of Shakespeare’s texts. As well as the ident and web design we’ve also helped weave some motion graphics in to the promo video.

“It’s been a really fun project to be involved with and we wish the teams at the RSC and University of Warwick every success with the launch.”

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