Kew Gardens Attracting new audiences and increasing online sales for Royal Botanic Gardens The Client Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a botanical research and education institution. Their mission is to unlock the potential of plants and fungi. Using the rich diversity of their gardens and collections and the power of scientific discovery and research. The Challenge Royal Botanic Gardens (Kew) is a world heritage site. It comprises of 121-hectares of research gardens. They were looking to increase online sales by attracting new audiences. Then convert these into garden visits. Kew Gardens were using a legacy platform. This was becoming more complex and expensive to maintain and support. They wanted to move to an open source option that would be more suited to supporting their future aims. The Solution Based on the needs of the Kew Gardens, we wanted to deliver a sustainable cross-platform solution. Providing an optimised browsing experience across a range of devices. Our team produced an engaging, exciting and clear visual design. This included desktop, tablet and smart phone views. We also reworked all the digital elements used on the site. Migration of the content on the existing website and Intranet to the new platforms was a major task. Our team assisted in the rationalising and optimisation of content. With the aim of driving the greatest value from Kew's many content assets. The end result is a site that has reached new audiences and attracted more event sales. The Website Get in Touch Got a similar project? Contact Us to discover how our team can help you. Similar client projects Southbank Centre Axis12 delivered a Drupal website for the Southbank Centre, to improve user engagement, accessibility and real-time events information. Aylesbury Vale District Council Axis12 implemented a ISO 27001 certified cloud hosted intranet integrated with Office 365, giving Aylesbury Vale District Council a tool to engage staff.