QR codes. Dead or alive?

Unless you’ve been hiding under a stone over the past 3-4 years, the chances are that you have come across QR codes in some place or other. These are the ugly (some say beautiful!) little (sometimes large!) black and white chequered patterned squares that appear in our magazines, on advertisements in our supermarkets and just…

What do we mean by ‘digital’ interpretation?

We know this project is all about the digital interpretation of Bridgend’s heritage, so its quite fitting that this blog’s first post should explain exactly what is meant by ‘digital interpretation’. Interpretation can be simply defined as the action of explaining the meaning of something which at heritage sites, in the absence of tour guides…

Case Study: Old Newcastle, where the story begins

    Interesting to find a similar project to ours in Bridgend which like ours, has also benefited from Heritage Lottery Funding…… “The HLF-funded Old Newcastle Project will enable us to extend the use of mobile and digital information technology to help engage a more diverse audience, thereby creating a dialogue between the area’s history and its visitors.…