Interpretation

I can help you to better identify and explain your heritage in ways that meet your audiences’ needs and encourage them to consider their ideas and action:

  • Creating new web sites – both architecture and content, accessible to visitors and editable by project volunteers, and including searchable archives and events linked to social media campaigns – good examples are www.epiacumheritage.org and www.dukesfield.org.uk
  • Writing digital giuided walks on popular platforms already used by millions of visitors, these can include audio clips of your staff or volunteers, images and on the ground waymarking – see  Kielder Wild Walks and Epiacum archaeology trails
  • Installing bespoke geocaches – a digital treasure hunt out in the real world with millions of players worldwide
  • Commissioning interpretive art works, evocative of the place and heritage
  • and of course, leaflets, kids trails and site panels and signage

 

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