Pixel Kicks Appointed for Upcoming Web Development Venture

6 months ago

Pixel Kicks will be creating a new website for the drama production company

A full service digital agency has been appointed by a production company to create new website.

Pixel Kicks won the brief for Rope Ladder Fiction to create and deliver its new website following rounds of meetings and presentations.

Rope Ladder Fiction is a Manchester-based independent drama production company that focuses on social inclusion and innovation. It is committed to nurturing the next generation of talent whilst developing bold, character-led narratives.

Located at the Sharp Project, one of Rope Ladder Fiction’s most high-profile recent commissions was the return of the much-loved Waterloo Road series which is co-produced with Wall to Wall for BBC1. The company has secured 38 hours of primetime commissioned drama over the last two years and is also in post production with two short films from emerging film-makers.

Pixel Kicks’ Justyna Kowalska, Chris Buckley & Jamie Bray
  • Over the coming months, Pixel Kicks will be developing the new site with the launch expected in the first quarter of 2024. The primary aims will be to showcase Rope Ladder Fiction’s core activities and showcase their content

Jamie Bray – business development manager at Pixel Kicks – said: “Rope Ladder Fiction is well on the way becoming of the UK’s most innovative production companies so getting the chance to work with them is fantastic. Our focus will now be on delivering an exceptional UX design that is fully accessible with an engaging and vivid visual aesthetic.”

Cameron Roach, Founder at Rope Ladder Fiction – added: “We were really impressed with Pixel Kicks’ creative and technical approach, and they also understood our values and aims which was incredibly important to us. We are now looking forward to seeing the new site come together ahead of its launch next year.”

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