We are interested to hear from organisations seeking partners to work on innovative and interesting projects that fall broadly within the sphere of cultural heritage.


10 Most Wanted is a Nesta-funded partnership to investigate ways of crowd-source missing information about objects in a collection. We are the technical partner responsible for website design and implementation, while the Museum of Design in Plastics is the arts partner responsible for content and audience engagement and University of Brighton is the research partner responsible for reporting and evaluation.

VisAge is about using augmented reality to present local history. This brings with it a different balance of work, where we are the partner responsible for concept, content and user testing, while University College London handle the technical issues, software development and programming.

Prior to this we the lead partners in two EU-funded projects that required us to assemble teams from up to six other EU states to develop and test tools for presenting cultural records.

Going forward, please get in touch if you think we might be able to contribute to any of the following:

  • Concept and planning
  • Technical development
  • Content creation
  • User testing

Call 01273 728128 or email