Phil Blume presenting 10 Most Wanted at 'Museums on the Web 2014' conference, with Susan Lambert and Marcus Winter waiting to speak.
Phil Blume presenting 10 Most Wanted at 'Museums on the Web 2014' conference, with Susan Lambert waiting to speak.
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This website is under construction, there are bits missing, the styling isn't done yet and it's littered with place holders, such as: Image to go here.

It's a bit like a plumber's bathroom or a cobbler's shoes; we're too busy with client work to spend time getting our own house in order.

Please bear with us while we sort it out.

A bit about us…

Our company was established in 1997 to make educational multimedia for a heritage centre in Sussex. Today we make websites and web applications for museums, galleries, archives and community groups in the UK and abroad.

We believe that this background and experience helps us to better understand the needs and aspirations of those working in the cultural sector and to work closely with them to deliver creative solutions that are easy to use and to maintain.


Current work

10 Most Wanted


Profiles of the Past



For our newest and most off-the-wall project we have been working with researchers at University College London on a mobile app called VisAge. This aims to turn a smartphone or tablet device into a combination of X-Ray camera and time machine that can see inside buildings and reveal the people who lived there in the past.

Here's a picture.


Museum of Design in Plastics

The only accredited museum in the UK with a focus on plastics, MoDiP is a leading resource for the study and interpretation of design in plastics and is a specialist research resource at the Arts University at Bournemouth.

The website contains more than 12,500 artefacts, each held within a linked classification and with linked metadata that can be searched and filtered using Apache Solr. It also features a home page image that changes with every visit.

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