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Religion & Place is a Building Exploratory project, supported by English Heritage and Arts Council England, which celebrates 167 of Tower Hamlets' extraordinary places of worship.
Platform3 were commissioned to design a website for this project in collaboration with their print designer, based on the Building Exploratory's existing identity.
Rivington Place, a new £8 million public building, is the first permanent public space dedicated to the education of the public in culturally diverse visual arts and photography in the UK.
Platform3 took an existing website, designed by Paul Khera for Rivington Place, and created a back end bespoke CMS. This allows staff to update the website, and keep visitors informed of new events and projects.
a-n (The Artists' Information Company) commissioned Platform3 to engineer a major redevelopment of their existing website. Packed with information for artists and arts practitioners, a-n's site is an invaluable resource for all involved or interested in the arts.
The development work has been completed and we are continuing to work with a-n to develop additional features and services. The development has already seen the launch of three new sections:
Art in the Public Realm Greenwich Peninsula has been established by English Partnerships to develop a cohesive approach to creating art at one of London's most important regeneration projects.
Platform3 was commissioned to design and build the website, which includes Flash animation and is fully editable using Adobe Contribute implementation.
Platform3 has recently completed a commission for a set of preliminary designs for the BFI's new web resource InView. BFI inView will create a new web-based learning resource based around the rich film and television collections of the BFI National Archive and its partner organisations. The web resource will contain some 600 hours of film and video material as well as other digital resources, and contextual material, such as key documents. The project will run for two years and will be launched in April 2009.
Platform3 has won the commission to develop a website for the Building Exploratory's project Religion & Place due to launch at the end of January.
We can design and develop websites in any number of languages and are aware of the issues of language expansion when it comes to translation.
In a former career, Platform3 director Annabel Frearson worked in translation management, producing multilingual localised content for clients including Hewlett-Packard, Ford, M&C Saatchi, Saab and Rothschilds.
We are well versed in creating editorial content for websites that is fit for purpose, punchy and to the point. We have experience in re-purposing brochureware for websites, editing copy for plain English, as well as generating original content.
Prior to establishing Platform3, director Annabel Frearson was editorial manager for a new media agency, creating online content for companies such as CGNU (now Norwich Union), emap Digital and the Design Council; she also has experience as a freelance editor proofreading subtitles for Star Trek and other Paramount dvd productions.