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Unsung Heroes Project website created by Every Last Pixel


By Ishbel Macleod, PR and social media consultant

December 2, 2011 | 2 min read

A website to publicise the Unsung Heroes Project has been created by Every Last Pixel.

Unsung Heroes’, a light and sound installation taking place on three sites on The Quays in Salford during Winter 2011 and created by digital media agency KMA, is the first ever joint commission by all organisations on The Quays.

The website asks for nominations on unsung heroes, from granddads who fought in the Second World War to the local dinner lady.

Every Last Pixel designed the site to promote the project and engage users, who can upload media rich content, including videos, about the people they believe are unsung heroes.

Pete Murray, MD of Every Last Pixel, said: “As a Salford based company, we were delighted to be commissioned by the The Lowry. We were tasked with creating a website that not only gave members of the public information about the Unsung Heroes Project, but one which would engage them and bring the whole sentiment behind this phenomenal work of art to life.”

Kathy McArdle, The Quays arts and cultural development manager, said: “The Unsung Heroes Project is unlike anything we have seen at The Quays before and we are delighted that each key organisation will play host to this new installation.

“We knew Every Last Pixel to be a creative web design agency and are delighted with the finished website. As well as giving visitors info about the event, it also captures their imagination and inspires them to become involved. We hope it will become a showcase to a host of local unsung heroes.”

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