Beaford Arts

Beaford Arts Centre
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We worked with Beaford Arts to design a web site which presented photos from the Beaford Arts Archive of James Raviliousn to inspisre photographers who could then post an competition entry, drawing on the archive piece in some way, to be judged in a photogrpahic competition.

The site needed to be functionally rich and highly usable to encourage entries and make sure administrators could easily see and compare entries when logged in. It also needed to allow easy sharing during the competition to maximise interest and entries.

Museums Galleries and Artists

Beaford Archive in a classroom
Beaford Archive

Beaford

Elisabeth Frink
Beaux Arts London

Beaux Arts Lodon

Jeremy Gardiner

Jeremy Gardiner

No 1. Royal Crescent
No1. Royal Crescent Web Design

No. 1 Royal Crescent and Bath Preservation Trust

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Beaford Archive

Beaford Archive on Countryfile

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