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Canterbury Museum tells the stories of our region, showing locals where they have come from and encouraging respect and understanding in our diverse society. We collaborated closely with them to develop an engaging website on par with that mission. It showcases exhibits, events and collections; brings forward Canterbury Museum as a world-leading research institute; can receive online donations.

The website also needed to be a platform they could build upon over the next five years as they are temporarily closed to the public while a new museum is constructed. This was a mammoth project with plenty of upfront planning and close collaboration with Canterbury Museum.

Highlights include Te Reo Māori support across headings and links; and we worked with external provider to integrate cultural assets. The site also features multiple integrations and it went live with over 500 pages/entries!

Canterbury Museum website page visuals
Canterbury Museum World War One visual

We have also collaborated with them to build microsites for their World War I and Antarctic Dogs exhibitions. These sites ensure the content and imagery is preserved once the exhibition is finished.

World War I microsite

One of Canterbury Museum’s contributions to New Zealand’s World War I centenary commemorations, the ‘Lives Lost, Lives Changed’ exhibit proved so popular that the museum felt it deserved to be permanently housed on their website. Our task was to collate all of the themes, archival footage, photographs and audio that made the exhibition so successful, and translate that to a digital format. The resulting microsite allows anyone to step into our country’s past and learn about the Great War through a truly local lens.

Antarctic Dogs microsite

Following on from the success of the ‘Lives Lost, Lives Changed’ microsite, we did it again to create a permanent online home for Canterbury Museum’s ‘Dogs in Antarctica: Tales from the Pack’ exhibition.


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