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The full-service, digital solutions provider Splitpixel takes us through the key elements that make the perfect web brief. Based on over 15 years experience delivering websites for arts and cultural organisations of all sizes this guide and template helps ensure you get the site you need and want and reduces what can often be a fraught … Read more
One of the main reasons a digital marketing strategy can help creative and cultural organisations and individuals is that simply having a strategy will increase your level of success, in whatever it is you set out to achieve. Ollie Couling, Tech Champion at Arts Council England’s Digital Culture Network explains why and how.
1. Full seminar recording This resource contains the full seminar recording, alongside some shorter clips highlighting some of the key and interesting talking points made by the speakers: Dr Lauren Vargas, Independent Researcher and Consultant and Jack Kirby, Associate Director of Collections Services at the Science Museum Group. This seminar was chaired by Adam Koszary, … Read more
1. Full seminar recording This resource contains the full seminar recording, alongside some shorter clips highlighting some of the key and interesting talking points made by the speakers: Zoe Amar (Director, Zoe Amar Digital and trustee, Charity Digital), Anra Kennedy (Culture24), Nora McGregor (Digital Curator, The British Library) and Sian Shaw (Digital Learning Manager, Westminster Abbey … Read more
Written by Jasper Visser and Jim Richardson, The Digital Engagement Framework helps you design the strategies, processes and technologies you need to develop and sustain relationships with audiences. A powerful tool to consolidate, refresh and inspire your digital practice.
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All the resources referred to in this presentation can be found on this website. This video is 46 minutes in length and has English closed captions. Simply click on the closed captions symbol CC on the video below to select the captions. Download transcript of English captions (Word file 60kb).
1. Introduction Digital technology is transforming how people connect with the histories, objects and places that mean the most to them. Heritage professionals rely on technology to perform most of their daily tasks. You need the right technology, people and processes in place to drive digital innovation and support day-to-day operations in your organisation. That’s … Read more
1. Introduction The development of digital technologies has benefited the presentation of different aspects of our cultural heritage for many years. Computer-aided design (CAD), geographic information systems (GIS), digital photography, digitisation and 3D scanning, multimedia, virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) applications have all enabled heritage organisations to understand, preserve and present … Read more