We’re passionate about working with Museums and we have developed a great understanding of the challenges many museums may have, not only in appealing to a wide range of visitors but also the goals a new website needs to achieve within an organisation as a museum balances the needs of its invested stakeholders people, active departments and members with a typically broad range of aims and goals.
Whether we’re refreshing an existing website, creating something entirely new or helping you to digitise your archive and get it online for the public to see, we develop our websites through various stages and follow some strong principles along the way:
- we will always try to speak in a language you and your stakeholders understand and before any web design or web development takes place, we’ll want to hold stakeholder meetings to make sure everyone is, and feels, included in the project. We know that the ongoing success of your websites is dependent on the positivity the people of your organisation feels towards it
- we will always see your users and visitors as a major focus. Early on we will brainstorm and document a set of personas; a characterisation of the different web visitors you have and we’ll keep bringing you back to them
- we work in partnership; a good website isn’t a one-hit delivered product but one which is born out of a well-worked out strategy, frequent review and support