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Royal Armouries Collections Website Design and Build image
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Royal Armouries Collections Website Design and Build

The Royal Armouries is the United Kingdom’s national museum of arms and armour, and one of the most important museums of its type in the world. They have a long history, dating back to the Middle Ages and the celebrated core collection originated in the nation’s working arsenal, which was assembled over many centuries at the…

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National Maritime Museum – HD Image explorer Touchscreen

Gooii were commissioned by Royal Museums Greenwich to design and build a touchscreen gallery interactive for the National Maritime Museum, allowing visitors to explore the museum’s high definition images. Technical Info – hold tight!: A PHP Content Management System enables museum staff to gather and repurpose their Solr data into customised themes, which are stored…

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Royal Armouries Waterloo Timeline

Royal Armouries data visualisation help celebrate the Battle of Waterloo The Royal Armouries have been celebrating the 1815 Battle of Waterloo. Gooii has been working with them on a new feature page for the Collections Website including a beautiful visualisation. On the 1st March 1815, after only eleven months of exile, Napoleon Bonaparte escaped his captors on the island…

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The University of Cambridge ‘Culture Finder’ Website and Web App

Culture Finder is intended to help visitors to Cambridge plan their own tour. The central idea has been to focus on things (which might be museum objects, artworks or art events) rather than just venues or places, and build in some chance discoveries along the way. Visitors can browse a selection of university curated tours,…

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Museum of London ‘Tag London’ Website Design and Build

A crowd sourcing project that uses the same infrastructure as the ‘London Street Views’ website, ‘Tag London’ asks schools to collaborate with the museum to help augment their data by identifying objects. After sign in, each user in a class is shown a stream of objects and asked to identify the period and type for…

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Museum of London ‘London Street Views 1840’ Website Design and Programming image
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Museum of London ‘London Street Views 1840’ Website Design and Programming

Between 1838 and 1840 London publisher John Tallis created a series of 88 pamphlets titled a ‘Tallis’s London Street Views’. These guides illustrated London’s main commercial streets (or parts thereof) and included a street history, advertisements, a local map and, most useful, an elevation street view and business directory. Eighty-seven of these guides are in…

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JISC Historical Texts Website Design and Coding

One platform, over 350,000 late 15th to 19th century texts and over 65 million images. Historical Texts brings together three historically significant collections for the first time: Early English Books Online (EEBO), Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO) and 65,000 texts from the British Library 19th Century collection. Key features of JISC Historical Texts include: 67 million metadata records comprising book and page…

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Royal Museums Greenwich ‘Search Collections’ and ‘Collections Tagger’ Kiosk image
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Royal Museums Greenwich ‘Search Collections’ and ‘Collections Tagger’ Kiosk

As part of the RE:THINK gallery space at the National Maritime Museum, Gooii were commissioned to design and build a touchscreen interactive kiosk, to give visitors the chance to explore the Museum’s collections and to help augment the museum’s data. ‘Search Collections’ offers both search and browse options, allowing visitors to follow their interests and…

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University of Cambridge Museums – Discoveries Website Design

From the University of Cambridge Museums 
Two Temple Place and running London from 31 January to 27 April 2014, Discoveries is the first major exhibition to bring together the fascinating collections from all eight University of Cambridge Museums and this responsive website has been designed by Gooii to support the exhibition. The exhibition challenges and responds…

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The ‘Find a Museum’ Mobile App and Website

Developed for the Collections Trust using Google Maps V3 API, the Culture Grid ‘Find A Museum’ mobile app lets iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone users find museums near their current location. Once found, either by searching or using the device’s location services, users can view a museum’s contact details as well as its collections and…

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