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Queensland Museum cares for more than a million items and specimens in collections that tell the changing story of Queensland. We worked with the museum to give their online identity a brand new creative and consistent look and feel across all their various online portals to strengthen brand identity and promote the museum. We streamlined both the workflow for staff and improved the learning potential for visitors, whilst encouraging the loaning and purchasing of specimens and products to increase revenue.
WWF tasked Reading Room with communicating the depth of their organisation in the digital environment whilst remaining approachable and tangible. We delivered a strategy for the site based on interaction, simplicity, and focus, with a bold architectural approach and catching design, both of which highlight the diversity of WWF's offering, without alienating the organisations valuable and potential supporters.
Looking to be the first place people visit when exploring the nature and varying cultures of Australia, the Australian museum wanted to attract more visitors to the website and, ultimately, the museum. We completely overhauled their previous site to bring the Museums' wealth of information, activities and resources into the 21st century. Their new online identity attracts a worldwide audience where users are also encouraged to comment and interact, both with each other and the Museum
In order to deliver a single, cohesive communications platform for Sport England we completely overhauled their online offering, from user research, through to a clean, professional design, intuitive information architecture and a much-needed content management solution. We ensured that the corporate site sat alongside a social media strategy which capitalises on existing social networking sites such as Bebo, Facebook and MySpace.
Mouchel is a technical implementation project which makes use of the Enterprise CMS solution, Tridion. Its successful implementation enabled Mouchel to easily manage content for their main corporate website as well as having the ability to create a range of new microsites.
Reading Room has helped Capio Nightingale, an independent mental health hospital, to update their online identity. We ran their online advertising campaigns as well as re-designing and building their website to tie in with their re-branding. Capio Nightingale's new website has a sleek, up market design to appeal to their entire audience.
To help the rebranding of the luxury hotel chain The Doyle Collection, Reading Room have designed a stunning new website. Central to this rebrand was our understanding of the business and leisure traveller’s heavy reliance on a seamless booking experience coupled with a wealth of information for visitors on what to see and do in the local area.
The Open University's key objective was to take their method of communicating with their student body onto a more digital platform. Reading Room have successfully delivered a strategy which will enable the OU to phase out all in-print communications by creating an interactive social networking site with a stunningly creative design acting as a virtual student union.
CCW's key objectives are to enthuse a diverse audience and to enable them to learn more about the Welsh landscape - and to advise government and agencies. We delivered a stunning new design with a CMS driven website that has allowed them to achieve all their aims - and achieve triple 'A' accessibility standards as well.