Tate’s website was launched in 1998 to support Tate’s aim of increasing public awareness, understanding and appreciation of art

  • Example of current Tate web page design

Following the development of the Tate Online Strategy 2010–12, the website was relaunched for the first time in early 2012 with a complete restructure of the site’s content, refreshed design and new technical architecture. An archive of the previous Tate website is available from the National Archives.

The current digital strategy, Tate Digital Strategy 2013–15: Digital as a Dimension of Everything, outlines the roadmap of digital developments in the coming years.

Accessibility

We aim to comply with all Level A guidelines in the Web Accessibility Initiative Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 throughout our core digital content. We will continue working to exceed this standard and meet Level AA guidelines in the future.

Contact us

If you have any comments about the Tate website, please email webmaster@tate.org.uk.

Tate Online homepage 2006

Tate Online homepage 2006

Tate Online homepage 2000

Tate Online homepage 2000

Awards

2012

Lovie Awards

Art: gold (Art & Artists)
Games: gold (Wondermind, Tate Kids)
Best Use of Interactive Video: silver (Wondermind, Tate Kids)

Webby Awards

Official Honoree: Best Use of Interactive Video: silver (Wondermind, Tate Kids)
Official Honoree: Games Wondermind, Tate Kids)

Museums and the Web

Best Education Website (Honorable Mention) (Wondermind, Tate Kids)

SXSW

Finalist – Educational Resource (Wondermind, Tate Kids)

Interactive Media Awards

Best in Class, Kids (Wondermind, Tate Kids)

2011

Museums and the Web

Best Social Media Website (Ai Weiwei: One-to-One with the Artist)

Interactive Media Awards

Best in Class, Kids (AirBrush, Tate Kids)

Lovie Awards

Shortlisted, Youth (AirBrush, Tate Kids)

NHK Japan Prize

Shortlisted, Kids (AirBrush, Tate Kids)

2010

Webby Awards

Best Art Website (The Unilever Series 2009: Miroslaw Balka, How It Is)

Children’s BAFTAs

Nomination: Best Interactive (The Secret Dancer, Tate Kids)

Interactive Media Awards

Outstanding Achievement, Kids (Tate Kids)

2009

Webby Awards

Best Youth Website (Tate Kids)

Museums and the Web

Best Education Website (Tate Kids)

Children’s BAFTAs

Nomination: Best Animation (Art Sparks, Tate Kids)
Nomination: Best Learning Primary (Tate Kids)

2008

BIMA Awards

Best Blog (The Great Tate Mod Blog)

2007

IVCA Awards

Web TV category, Silver award (BT Series)

The Webby Awards

Net Art category, Webby Award Winner (The Dumpster)

2006

Jodi Awards

(iMap)

Hollis Sponsorship Award

General arts category

CIPR Awards

Website category

2005

Hollis Sponsorship Award

Sponsorship Continuity

United Nations World Summit Awards

Interactive Media

2004

IPRA Golden World Award for Public Relations Excellence

Arts

Museums and the Web

Best Research Site

Jodi Mattes

Commended: Access Award (iMap)

Bilbao Cibeart Prize

Best Net Art (agoraXchange)

2003

Bafta Interactive

Best Online Factual

Hollis Sponsorship Award

Best use of Public Relations in a Sponsorship Campaign

2002

Bafta Interactive

Accessibility (iMap)

London Tourism Award

Best Tourism Website (First ever)