In January 2013 we worked with CounterCulture to help them deliver a project plan for a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Stage 1 application to be submitted by a consortium of museums in the Hampshire-Solent area.
The consortium were:
Their project, [working title “Engine Room”] proposed to integrate the consortium’s curatorial expertise and collections in a single location with a new digitally focussed approach to engagement, access, participation and learning.
Our remit included delivering visioning work for the digital aspects of the project, presenting approaches and options to digital participation and learning, and analysis of online audience data/development of digital user personas.
I’m so pleased we made the decision to appoint Thirty8 Digital to run our website development project; they had brilliant creative ideas, were great communicators and really importantly they understand the challenges of developing a museum website (especially doing so on a tight budget!) The end result is fantastic, and the ongoing support they’ve given us since the launch has also been brilliant. ...
Project: Jewish Museum
As a small organisation with limited in-house expertise, Thirty8 has been a lifeline for us. This is a friendly, down-to-earth agency that is deeply committed to helping arts & heritage organisations with their digital....
Project: Freud Museum
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Project: Mark Stevenson