Roundhouse Digital have been appointed by the University of Wollongong in New South Wales to produce their new website.
One of the North’s leading digital agencies has headed half way around the world to deliver its latest project, as its expertise in web development is acknowledged globally.
Roundhouse Digital, based in Newcastle, has been appointed by the University of Wollongong in New South Wales to produce their new responsive website, designed to boost student recruitment and engagement.
Roundhouse Digital now work with more than thirty of the UK’s universities, delivering online and offline projects, including Newcastle University, University of Liverpool and Lancaster University. Roundhouse Digital were the first company in the world to produce responsive websites for universities and today almost all Higher Education Institutions have followed their lead with Roundhouse Digital continuing to innovate in the sector.
The team, led by Director Michael Armstrong, visited Wollongong in Australia to scope out the project and cement the relationship with the University. “It was a great trip “said Michael “University of Wollongong is a young, vibrant University based in New South Wales and is ranked in the top 30 of the world’s young Universities. Staff and students are encouraged to push the boundaries of their disciplines and the University wanted to employ Roundhouse Digital after it saw the ground-breaking work we have been doing in the sector.”
“I am delighted that the team has been appointed to carry out the project and we are very proud to have beaten not only UK competition, but also competition from the global market.”
Roundhouse Digital, part of the Roundhouse Group has seen over 30% year on year growth. They deliver websites which serve specific business functions, a range of digital services, such as marketing, copywriting, content creation, hosting and a 24/7 support network. North East based clients include companies such as NRG, Hay & Kilner, the 21 Hospitality Group, the eaga Trust and PWS Kitchens.