With Spiral we worked on the new Atmosphere gallery at the Science Museum. This was a huge project, we made 4 interactives for it and each of them was incredibly detailed in content and look. We worked closely with the museum to get the correct message across to the visitor and employed some great illustrators to give each interactive its own unique look.
For more photos have a look here!
I’ve finally finished work on the interactives for the new wing of the Natural History Museum – the Darwin Centre. It was a massive project and is biggest set of interactives in a museum in Britain. Initially I was invited in to help out on some parts of the projects that had gone off track. This went well and I was put in charge, as Technical Director, of the Cocoon End. The whole project has been incredibly successful and the museum visitors love it!
You can see it on you tube too.
The homepage for the Victoria and Albert Museum Baroque collection was created to mirror the opulence of that era. The flash elements of the site turned out to be a bit heavier than I wanted. However considering the ridiculous timeframe we had to work in I guess it turned out ok.
This game (sorry, education resource) was created for the Museum of London. It is designed to be used by teachers educating 5-8 year olds on the Fire of London. There was a learning curve on how 5 – 8 year olds use the computer and mouse, which is a little different to older folks. I worked with on101 on this and the project was great fun and it turned out brilliantly!
Working with on101 we created this installation called ‘The Business of Slavery’ for the Museum of Docklands – London, Sugar & Slavery exhibition. I’ll try and get some photo’s of this to put up.