Stride have designed these interpretation panels for their latest Strideguide audio walk, the South Hatfield Community Trail. These contain QR codes that can be scanned with a mobile phone to deliver the audio instantly.
A new Strideguide audio walk, called the South Hatfield Community Trail, has gone live, commissioned by a primary school as a way for children to get to know their neighbourhood and their neighbours better. The project was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Visit Cambridge is building on their long standing relationship with Stride by commissioning them to rebuild the software for their on-line tours booking system. This will enable the staff in the Visitor Centre to allocate tours to the many Blue Badge Guides in the City.
Vicky Smith was invited to speak at the Association for Heritage Interpretation (AHI) annual conference in York. The conference explored various ways of delivering exciting heritage experiences on a budget.
Vicky presented the audio walks she made for the University of Cambridge's 800 anniversary celebrations, demonstrating the interactive maps and the audio tracks. She also talked about the success of the web resource that Stride designed for the Friends of Mill Road Cemetery, bringing the community together while they sourced and uploaded content for their new website.
Stride announces the launch of their new open source Content Management System based on the popular Drupal CMS, which they are now offering alongside their own tried and tested Stride Content Management System. This will suit clients who prefer to use open source products. Stride are still offering their support package with the Drupal system, so that the website technology can be kept up to date.
Stride commissioned local photographer Helena Anderson to take pictures of the directors on location in Cambridge.
Says Vicky Smith:"We are delighted with the end results, which not only look great on the website but are beautiful pieces of art in their own right."
Simon Ruffle and Vicky Smith recently attended the kick-off meeting for the GEMECD project, held at the US National Earthquake Information Center in USGS (US Geological Survey) in Golden, Colorado, where they met with earthquake experts from around the world.
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