Fabrik Hamburg presents itself with a new e-commerce website.
The webworkers at gradwerk are developing an e-commerce concept for the Fabrik Stiftung from Hamburg.
The factory in Barnerstraße in Hamburg-Altona is known far beyond the borders of the city and Germany and is an early example of the new and conversion of industrial buildings into places of art and culture. It stands for comprehensive district work for children and young people and, of course, as a world-renowned cultural and event venue.
Implementation of an e-commerce solution incl. payment interface to the provider Telecash.
Comprehensive video and audio integration for the presentation of music videos and podcast contributions.
Especially for concerts, the factory is a very well-known and important place. In the meantime, many great artists have performed here.
As part of a relaunch of the website, gradwerk has developed and implemented a new web concept. The focus is primarily on the possibility to buy event tickets directly on the website and thus book one's visit. With the help of an event software, which was implemented on the basis of the CMS 6 platform, events are published on the pages in picture and sound. Video and audio contributions, such as podcasts, can be deposited and published by the editors for the individual dates.
The typical monthly changing colour concept of the factory, which is used in print media, can also be changed by the factory staff for the website at any time using a specially developed CMS function.
Users who book tickets and pay via the integrated Telecash payment method can always access past and future bookings by creating their own user account.
The result is a completely new user experience with image- and colour-rich elements that strongly emphasise the variety of offers. All elements can be easily created and placed via CMS 6.
The Fabrik in Hamburg-Ottensen, a district in the borough of Altona, is a cultural centre that has been in existence since 25 June 1971. It was founded by the painter Horst Dietrich and the architect Friedhelm Zeuner in the building of a former Prussian munitions factory.