To celebrate the beginning of autumn, we’ve launched a new, refreshed version of the Tullikamari website. The new website is even easier to navigate. Customers, artists, and partners can easily find the information they are looking for, whether it is the gig dates, guidelines for renting the venue or information concerning accessibility and safety.
The website can now be found at www.tullikamari.fi which means that the old .net suffix is a thing of the past.
“With the new website we are hoping to serve public and different stakeholder groups even better. In addition, the new website strengthens the bond between Tullikamari and its sibling venue Tavara-asema – the websites of both venues now follow the same logic. We are happy about the reform and will continue developing the site. We are open to our customers’ wishes and needs in the future as well!” sums up Kristiina Paananen, Marketing and Sales Manager of Tampereen Kulttuurikamari Oy.
Special attention has been paid to the layout of text and images, so that browsing the pages would be as easy as possible. We are also looking forward to providing more information in English as well. The accessibility work will continue in the future.
The new visual identity can be seen in social media and advertisements
At the same time with the website renewal, we have also updated Tullikamari’s visual identity. The new look can be seen in social media and roadside advertisements as well as in other digital and print materials.
New shades have been introduced to the color palette. We have also added new graphic elements whose design language honors the old Tullikamari building. The venue now forms a visually united family with its little sibling Tavara-asema.
“I felt that it was important to preserve the warm and rough atmosphere of the red-brick Tullikamari building in the graphic design. For the new look, inspiration was sought from, for example, the floor tiles of the Klubi’s lobby, lighting, and old entrance tickets. With the help of visual solutions, we can make the website easy to use”, says Li Virtanen, graphic designer at Tampereen Kulttuurikamari Oy, who designed the visual identity.
Let us know what you think about the new website! You can send your thoughts, development suggestions and other comments here.
The new website has been built by Tampere-based marketing agency Bananas.