Our latest website, for a partnership of NHS trusts, universities and local authorities, is the first of a number of projects to run on our new Hummingbird 3 CMS platform.
Bristol Health Partners is a strategic collaboration between the city’s three NHS trusts, three clinical commissioning groups, two universities and its local authority.
The website supports the partnership’s internal comms strategy, as well as providing a platform for engaging other bodies and professionals with their work.
The site is the first to run on the latest version of our Content Management System, Hummingbird and is designed to be responsive, user-friendly and highly flexible.
Hummingbird 3.0 has been in development for over a year and marks a significant upgrade on our tried-and-trusted CMS. The platform has been designed and specced in collaboration with a number of our clients to deliver a powerful CMS system designed for the way charities and other similar organisations work.
The centralised CMS system is created to allow best-practice to be disseminated across all our clients – with regular updates, improvements and upgrades seamlessly rolled out across all users. Through working with multiple charity, arts and public sector clients we are able to take successful and effective technical solutions and share them across all clients.
This ensures all HB3 users benefit from ongoing development work and future-proof their sites as well as benefiting from our experience and expertise in the sector.
Museum Makers is a project set up by Luton Culture that has helped transform Luton’s Wardown Park Museum, backed up by technology from Tickbox.
Working with Luton Culture, we developed the Volunteer Makers platform to power the Museum Makers website, which co-ordinates and manages volunteer activity at the museum.
The platform operates as a challenge database, automatically matching volunteer opportunities with skills and allowing light-touch volunteering to encourage a wider volunteer community. The system works closely with social platforms to actively increase engagement and interactions.
The platform has helped Wardown Park Museum to increase its active volunteer force from less than 5o to over 1000 in less than a year, with reduced staff administration time from Luton Culture.
This has helped the museum meet a number of ambitious targets, increase visitor numbers and run effectively with a reduced budget – the volunteers have even managed to get a place in the Guinness Book of Records!
If you are interested in how the Volunteer Makers platform could help your organisation, get in touch with us here.
Tickbox were commissioned by the South West Museum Development Partnership to deliver digital engagement consultancy and training to nearly 40 museums across the region.
Drawing on more than 8 years experience of delivering digital strategy and implementation projects for museums, arts and heritage organisations across the UK, we have been helping the museums to improve their use of digital platforms across their whole organisation.
The project involved auditing and reviewing existing digital engagement in the museums, and delivering interactive workshops to support development of their digital strategies.
Following the final tranche of workshops, we organised a regional forum bringing together museums who had taken part in the programme to share experiences and selected a number of ‘Digital Champions” – museums for whom engagement with digital has been transformational and who will continue to share their knowledge and experience with partnership members going forward.
To find out more about this project, visit our Digital Museum blog.
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” a virtual plot of land at a number of the charity’s wetland centres.
Users can view and select acres of land to adopt – leaving a message and sharing their new purchase on various social media platforms.
The app launched for WWT’s Slimbridge wetland centre, and following it’s success has now been rolled out to three more their nine centres across the UK.
See the Adopt a Wetland app in action here.
Tickbox has been working as the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust’s digital partner since 2008 and we are currently re-developing their website on our Hummingbird 3.0, open-source based charity CMS system.
Working with Fortune 500 company AECOM, we’ve developed an app to allow cost modelling and costs data management for complex architectural projects.
The app allows AECOM to give approximate costings and change projections on multiple elements of multi-million pound developments in a matter of minutes by comparing and analysing cost criteria from a database of thousands of projects.
We designed a web-based app that ensures AECOM are able to access vital data on the move and on multiple devices, while ensuring security of highly valuable data.
AECOM is a global provider of professional technical and management support services to a broad range of markets, including transportation, facilities, environmental, energy, water and government.
AECOM’s architectural projects include the McLaren building in the UK and the new Freedom Tower in New York.