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‘Show and Tell’ Workshops

From time to time we run half-day regional workshops, normally in collaboration with a customer and a professional heritage interpreter.

The objective is to use real case studies to present, in a simple non-technical way, how you can take advantage of the many possibilities that the ubiquity of smartphones provides - from visitor information and interpretation, to accessibility and donations.

We walk through some of the approaches and talk about the benefits and pitfalls of each - including hot topics such as interactive apps, augmented reality and beacons. 

The workshops usually convene around 09:30 and run through to lunch, followed by optional networking and a visit. There is a modest fee to cover the venue and lunch. If you are interested to be invited to a workshop near you, please let us know using the ‘Let’s talk’ button.


Workshop testimonials

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Book on digital interpretation

'Interpretation In A Digital Age' explains both the excitement and promise surrounding mobile digital technology in heritage, as well as pointing out the serious dangers and pitfalls. This book looks at the range of available and emerging mobile digital technologies that are relevant to providing today’s heritage visitor experience. It dissects them one-by-one from a management viewpoint, looking at factors such as cost, risk, and future trends. It is written in simple non-technical language by two experienced technologists, who created the 'Info-Point' visitor information system. Its aim is to give you the knowledge and understanding make objective decisions with confidence.