Storm ID creates fully responsive web experience to help bring the Battle of Bannockburn project to life

The site works across all devices

Storm ID has developed an interactive website including an e-learning programme for schools to commemorate the 700th anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn.

The National Trust for Scotland and Historic Scotland have celebrated the landmark year with the Battle of Bannockburn Project which includes an all-encompassing new visitor experience, opened at the weekend (Saturday 1 March).

In addition to creating and developing the Battle of Bannockburn digital presence Storm ID has also developed a digital engagement strategy to encapsulate the experience of the site and visitor centre.

The fully responsive site includes clear calls to action, social sharing buttons and newsletter sign up functions, to ensure a smooth user journey from finding information to planning a visit.

“Our ambition at the new Visitor Centre is to bring history to life through visitor interaction. In order to be successful it was recognised that this cutting edge project needed a digital solution to match and Storm ID has been invaluable in providing this. Their user centred design approach was vital to the success of the project. It provided clarity of vision that was embraced by all of the stakeholders,” commented Colan Mehaffey, head of digital media at the National Trust for Scotland.

In addition Storm ID was tasked with developing a ticketing system and online learning hub.

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