The Holburne Museum

The Holburne Museum's website
BrandingInformation ArchitectureMuseums, Galleries and ArtistsUser TestingWeb design

We worked with The Holburne Museum through the full project life-cycle of creating a new website. We ran a phase of user testing to create a new information architecture, and analysed visitor personas in order to form a strong picture of our requirements. We provided web design which helped to evolve The Museum’s existing branding and helped The Holburne build a website to much better engage the many visitor groups the website sees each day.

Our website provides events management and an online shop as well as all the features you’d expect from a modern content management system, and we continue to work in partnership with The Holburne Museum to ensure their website stays active and up-to-date.

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

The Countryfile team have visited the good people of Beaford in Chulmleigh in North Devon to find out more about the Beaford Archive project we have worked with Beaford on for two years. Meeting Robin Ravilious, James Ravilious’ wife, they learnt more about…
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An illustrated protest

Online advertising and brand safety

We’re in the midst of a brand safety revolution in both print and online advertising. After brands started to be informed in 2016 that their ads were appearing alongside extremist content, consumer interest grew noisily in 2017, hitting the headlines…
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Sharpies

Finding a name for your organisation

We regularly get involved in the process of Naming when a startup approaches us for consultancy, and it always brings to mind the carpenter’s stock phrase of measure twice, cut once. Once a business is up and running, marketing itself well…
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