We achieved this by designing and developing a digital presence – Performing the Jewish Archive – which showcases their invaluable work.
Our work began by conducting in depth research to fully understand the heart of the project. The broad audience with which it needed to engage and encourage successful interaction, was the key to informing our strategic approach. We held co-design workshops with the university as well as user groups to guide our process.
The outcome is an archive that introduces people to these performative works through a series of ‘Curated Collections’. The ‘Browse’ section also allows users to delve deeper into this content, through a well-considered intuitive search interface.
We are extremely proud to have been a part of this project, and to have produced a site that delivers fascinating content in equal success to the appeal of its visual design.
Take a look: ptjarchive.leeds.ac.uk
Things we did
- User Experience
- Website design
- Front-end development