As part of a £3.4m Heritage Lottery funded regeneration project, the Heritage Triangle asked us to create a responsive website that publicised the traditional town of Diss, in Norfolk. The website includes archive information on the history of Diss throughout the centuries, it’s most famous people and the origin of some of its iconic buildings.
A present day interactive map helps to promote the wide variety of shops and services available in Diss today, whilst the events and news pages advertise local attractions.
The Catalyst Science Discovery Centre is a well-loved museum on the outskirts of Runcorn, which has fuelled a passion for science and chemistry in local school children for many years.
Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund the exciting interactive enabled visitors to explore the history of the area from the Observation Gallery. Scanning NFC tags at key locations in the Observatory activated content on touch-screen enabled devices, displaying useful facts, historical galleries, animations and even a quiz; where users would be given tokens to place in their virtual backpack.
We also produced a self-guided booklet enabling visitors to explore the landmarks of the surrounding industrial landscape.