University of Leicester
The University of Leicester required a website which would detail their research about, and their re-creation of, some of the best and most important Tudor monuments in existence. Their project is truly amazing and is called Representing Re-formation.
The nice folks in Leicester required a website that would be suitable for the project’s diverse audiences; from the local communities where the monuments were found, to schools, special interest groups, as well as academics.
The site, which was delivered in WordPress, needed to be easy for project team members to update as this ongoing project develops. They also required a bespoke design for the site, including a logo for the project.
We worked with local designer Genevieve Tarboton, who produced this rather beautiful site. Our client commissioned some stunning photography which, we feel, combined with Genevieve’s design, has really made this website fly.