The Chemical Brothers
Delivering with big bells on
A new site with each new album. That makes five sites in twelve years. Each built to showcase the duo’s albums, live shows and community. Each site has been made to improve upon the last, the latest with an emphasis on exposing the band’s extensive catalogue.
For the past 12 years we’ve been working on digital strategy for The Chemical Brothers
The latest iteration of The Chemical Brothers official website was built on the Webflow Platform. Always wanting to try out new technologies, we were impressed with its apparent ease of use. In the end we managed to achieve exactly what we wanted, without compromise. A fair amount of this was achieved through custom code since the built-in bits weren’t quite robust enough. The new site, launched in March 2019 is pretty smart and perfectly showcases the prolific output of the band. Check it out here!
The site has won several awards, including the BT Digital Award. What’s more it has featured in Google’s marketing for innovative use of its maps. The site continues to push boundaries and remains a place where Chemical Brothers fans can find out up-to-the-minute news. Integrating heavily with social media the site is a place where photos of gigs are pulled in from Instagram alongside Tweets from fans. This way of doing things ensured that the site is kept up to date with minimal effort from management.
We needed a fresh feel and we needed to bring a whole new level of information, audio, access, involvement and excitement to our site! 3ev have risen to the challenge to bring something new to the party and delivered with big bells on… nice one, sorted!
Tom Rowlands, The Chemical Brothers
Getting the whole place singing
Currently averaging 13,000 daily users and growing daily, the Sing Up site is used by over 96% of primary schools on a daily basis and plays a major role in getting children singing.