No. 1 Royal Crescent and Bath Preservation Trust

No1. Royal Crescent Web Design
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Bath Preservation Trust runs four museums in Bath, the most visited of which is No. 1 Royal Crescent. We worked with The Museum create an approach to all four websites oriented around making them loosely coupled while retaining their individual identities.

We followed our responsive design process of understanding and documenting visitors, with follow-up work to look at visitor journeys and landing pages to create a design which allows visitors to quickly and intuitively find the information they need. We continue to provide consultancy to The Museum.

Museums, Galleries and Artists

Beaford Archive in a classroom
Beaford Archive

Beaford

Elisabeth Frink
Beaux Arts London

Beaux Arts Lodon

Woman with old-fashioned camera around her neck
Beaford Arts Centre

Beaford Arts

Jeremy Gardiner

Jeremy Gardiner

News and Updates

Beaford Archive

Beaford Archive on Countryfile

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An illustrated protest

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Sharpies

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