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About Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation recognises integration of digital technology into processes, systems, or other organisational structures resulting in measurable growth in efficiencies and digital skills or maturity within an organisation.

This Shortlist and Winner of this category was chosen by our expert Judge – Liam Darbon, Director of Digital and Innovation at Tate.

The Winner

DaDa – DaDa Holograms R&D

DaDa’s Holograms research and development project aimed to improve accessibility for Deaf audiences in non-traditional theatre formats, and explore whether innovative technologies like volumetric motion capture, projection mapping, and augmented reality could make these formats accessible to Deaf audiences.

The Shortlist

The Longlist

  • Arts Marketing Association with project partners Heritage Digital Consortium and University of Leeds, and funders The National Lottery Heritage Fund and the Department for Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) – Answering the heritage sector’s digital questions with Digital Heritage Hub
  • Blast Theory – Blast Theory’s journey to an interactive data dashboard and more engaged audience.
  • Gloucestershire Libraries – Oakley Digital Storytelling Centre
  • North Lincolnshire Museum – A New Website for North Lincolnshire Museum
  • STEAM Co. – Aiming Higher Than High – Engaging whole school communities in hybrid creativity events
  • The Cultural Spring – The Cultural Spring – Our New Website

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Liam Darbon
Director of Digital and Innovation, Tate

Joining Tate 3 years ago, Liam is Director of Digital and Innovation, leading Tates Digital, Trading and Innovations strategies.

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