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.
When we secured the funding for Scaling Up Change Minds from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, one of our first priorities was to appoint a web developer. The Change Minds website needed to serve multiple purposes: as an advocacy too for Change Minds, as a source of information for potential partners and participants, and as a tool for delivery of individual Change Minds 12-week mental wellbeing programmes. The site also needed to be easy to manage and update once the Scaling Up Project finished and Change Minds projects started rolling out across the country. We also wanted it to look good! Working with Mike and the team at Thirty8 has helped us achieve all of this....
Project: Change Minds website
We chose Thirty8 Digital to create our new website as they have a great track record within the heritage sector. They understood our time pressures and our need to reflect a range of sites, venues and services....
Project: Plymouth Arts & Heritage website
Working with Thirty8 took our online presence forward years! They took the pain and anxiety out of redeveloping our website and cut the jargon to make it easy for us to sustain the site ongoing....
Project: GEM website