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M Shed launches new website built by Code Computerlove


By Ishbel Macleod, PR and social media consultant

November 29, 2011 | 2 min read

Bristol history museum M Shed has introduced a new website with Code Computerlove and Centre Screen to encourage social sharing.

The website was built by Manchester based Code Computerlove and delivered in partnership with multimedia and video production company Centre Screen, who provided more than 50 ICT kiosks and the multimedia programmes for the museum.

It was commissioned by Event Communications contracted by Bristol City Council, to deliver the exhibition design and technology for the museum.

The £27m museum allows user generated content to be submitted either online or within interactive galleries in the museum, with all content integrated within the museum’s catalogue system so that the same content, discussions and experience can be seen both online and at the museum.

Louis Georgiou, Code Computerlove director, said: “The interactivity of the website extends the museum experience beyond the physical and caters for consumer’s appetite for sharing experiences, real life stories and engaging with organisations on a deeper, more personal level.

“The website also delivers an excellent user experience for those wanting to find out more about the museum and has been designed to help drive footfall to the venue.”

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