Tickbox were commissioned by the South West Museum Development Partnership to deliver digital engagement consultancy and training to more than 20 museums across the region.
Working with international conservation charity The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) we’ve developed an interactive, image-led web app to allow donors to “buy” virtual plots of land.
Working with Fortune 500 company AECOM, we’ve developed an app to allow cost modelling and costs data management for complex architectural projects.
Our Tribute Fund web app for St Peter’s Hospice has raised £50,000 in its first six months. The app allows users to set up and share tribute pages to loved ones.
In just four weeks we engaged hundreds of businesses with Creative England’s Starter for 10 project using social media – smashing all targets and helping make the programme a success.
AuctionBox CMS, designed to complement the power of the popular Bidmaster auction system, has had a transformational effect on our clients’ auction business.
Reivew by @ClairedeSully. Orchestival, July 19th, 2014, Bath and West Showground, Somerset. It begins with a few thousand of us gathered in an oversized cowshed, still with the whiff of its former inhabitants, not sure what to expect. Entering this … Continue reading
London’s Victoria and Albert Museum has launched an app that allows visitors to send physical postcards using their mobile phones. Users can create a postcard using images from the V&A’s Art and Design collection – or their own pictures taken on their smartphones – add a message and address and then send a physical version […]
A timeless collection by Andy Sully “Call the tune/Will you swoon?/As I croon” sang Bryan Ferry in Roxy Music’s Serenade. But pop crooning is slightly lost amid the urban clatter of today’s musical landscape. It’s twin heydays in the post … Continue reading
One of my students @BIMMBristol asked for my opinion about music being used with brands for their research project. It got me thinking and here is what I said. Q: In your opinion what is the most successful example of … Continue reading