This exciting project involved working with a primary school in the deprived area of South Hatfield to improve community cohesion and their understanding of the local environment. We researched and produced a StrideGuide audio walk around the neighbourhood, highlighting places and stories of interest, with a printed map, interpretation boards and an associated web resource. Website
This site is loaded with beautiful photographs and has a splendid interactive map - a showcase for all the garden has to offer. The site is easily updateable by the client and includes a trail builder. Website
This popular web resource for the Friends of the Mill Road Cemetery includes a Stride DIY Trail Builder. In collaboration with Cambridge City Council, Cambridge and County Folk Museum and the Heritage Lottery Fund. Website
Here you can see high resolution images of the very plants collected by Charles Darwin on his round-the-world voyage on HMS Beagle 1831 to 1836. Client: University of Cambridge Herbarium, with funding from Microsoft Research. Website
This beautiful website displays the work of internationally renowned artist Helaine Blumenfeld. It has some outstanding photographs of Helaine's sculptures, and allows you to see the works in close detail. Website
Four downloadable Stride Guide podcast/MP3 audio walks commissioned by the University of Cambridge to commemorate the University's 800th anniversary, complete with photographs, maps and audio commentary. In collaboration with the University of Cambridge. Website
A series of eight themed walks of Cambridge available on the web, as podcasts, for MP3 players and mobile phones, with maps, story sheets, high resolution pictures and audio commentary, funded by Shape East.
These walks have been taken offline.
10 May 2013
A free Stride Guide audio walk, with map, story sheets, high resolution pictures and audio commentary. Funded by EEDA, Action for Market Towns, Fenland District Council, WisARD and the Wisbech Tourism Development Group. Website
AC Architects website has been carefully designed to showcase the work of this Cambridge architectural practice. The website is well liked by potential clients as it is easy to navigate around and finding information is quick and easy. Website
A complete refurbishment of the web site for this international Passive Low Energy Architecture association, including graphic design, information architecture and page template creation.
This website has been taken offline.
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