- To create an exciting new look and feel for the Channel 5 website
- To give the Channel 5 team the tools to create engaging editorial content
- To build a system that links seamlessly with the Channel 5 program and scheduling data
Behind the scenes, our site is talking constantly to Channel 5’s API to keep the site updated with the latest Shows and Schedules.
Jellyfish built all of this onto a Wordpress-based CMS to allow the Channel 5 internal teams to continually add and update content, as quickly and easily as possible. We hope you'll agree the work speaks for itself.
We're incredibly pleased with how it looks and performs and have found our experience of working with you guys a real joy.Debbie James Head of Product, Channel 5
In order to deliver this, we worked with an Agile framework, to gather and prioritize the requirements into 2-week sprints.
By diviFrom, a backend perspective, we developed a system which works with the Channel 5 bespoke API to deliver up to the minute data on their programs and the schedule. In order to keep this system running smoothly and efficiently, we worked hard on caching protocols and a server infrastructure that can not only support their high traffic levels, but also be robust enough to cope with traffic spikes around key programming (sending the tasks in this way, we were able to deliver the functionality iteratively to the Channel 5 Product Owner, and test and refine our approach as we went.