Case study

Digital Journeys Case Study: Blast Theory

This is the second case study in our Digital Journeys series, where we delve into the success stories of creative and cultural organisations and individuals who have received long-term support from the Digital Culture Network.

  ·  12 months ago
Digital Journeys Case Study: Grimm & Co

Welcome to the first case study in our Digital Journeys series, where we delve into the success stories of creative and cultural organisations and individuals who have received long-term support from the Digital Culture Network.

  ·  12 months ago
Digital Journeys Case Study: Samia Malik

This is the third case study in our Digital Journeys series, where we delve into the success stories of creative and cultural organisations and individuals who have received long-term support from the Digital Culture Network.

  ·  5 months ago
Digital Journeys Case Study: Rosetta Arts

This is the fourth case study in our Digital Journeys series, where we delve into the success stories of creative and cultural organisations and individuals who have received long-term support from the Digital Culture Network.

  ·  4 months ago
Digital Culture Award Winner Case Study: We The Curious

We The Curious produced a sustainable and successful online revenue stream with their charitable aims at the centre of their decision-making. Find out more about their 'Income Generation' category winning online shop.

  ·  1 year ago
Digital Culture Award Winner Case Study: Sense

Meet 'Digital Inclusion' category Winners Sense and learn about their inclusive dance film 'Moving Portraits', made in collaboration with dancers who are deafblind and/or are living with complex disabilities.

  ·  1 year ago
Digital Culture Award Winner Case Study: LeftCoast

Learn how the first 'Tech Champion’s Choice' Winners - LeftCoast - are embedding digital technology & skills development into the heart of their operations to build robust a foundation for a sustainable future.

  ·  1 year ago
Digital Culture Award Winner Case Study: Julie Nicholson

Learn about Julie Nicholson and her work at Digital Voice to amplify the voices of marginalised people and groups. Julie was named the 'Digital Ambassador' category Winner for the DigitalMe project.

  ·  1 year ago
Digital Culture Award Winner Case Study: Roland Lane

Learn about Sonzai, Roland Lane’s 'Content Creator' winning Mixed Reality installation experience that uses cutting-edge immersive technology to blur the lines between physical & virtual worlds.

  ·  1 year ago
Digital Culture Award Winner Case Study: Dante or Die

Dante or Die’s interactive short Odds On fuses narrative, gameplay, and animation to explore the impact of gambling harm. Find out why it was the 'Digital Content' winner in the 2023 Digital Culture Awards.

  ·  1 year ago
Digital Culture Award Winner Case Study: Watershed

Learn how 'Using Data' category Winners Watershed developed new data-informed inclusion strategies by embracing a new framework for data collection & analysis.

  ·  1 year ago
Digital Culture Award Winner Case Study: DaDa

Learn more about DaDa’s 'Digital Transformation' winning research & development project, which explored the use of augmented reality holograms to provide BSL interpretation for non-traditional theatre.

  ·  1 year ago
Case Study: Raising2Children

Raising2Children is an online resource for parents, children, young people, and colleagues that supports families. Raising2Children create resources that bring together evidence-based research on child development and therapeutic tools using the arts. Click here to find out how Cultural Digital Network helped rework their website.

  ·  2 years ago
Case Study: DanceEast getting dance into classrooms

DanceEast is a dance organisation based in Ipswich, working locally, regionally and nationally. Lucy Bayliss, their Head of Creative Programmes, tells us how they employed digital technology to get their dance programmes into classrooms.

  ·  3 years ago
Digital Culture Award Winner case study: Open Clasp

Winners of a Special Commendation for the impact of their digital content distribution strategy at the 2022 Digital Culture Awards, Open Clasp Theatre Company tell the story of their ‘Changing the World One Play at a Time’ project.

  ·  2 years ago
Digital Culture Award Winner case study: NSDF

National Student Drama Festival, winners of the 2022 Digital Culture Awards Digital Trailblazer category, tell us their winning story of expanding their reach with digital transformation.

  ·  2 years ago
Digital Culture Award Winner case study: Sound and Music

Join Sound and Music, winners of the 2022 Digital Culture Award Data Driven category, as they tell their winning story about using data to understand engagement barriers and create new music.

  ·  2 years ago
Case Study: Museum of London’s online shop sales increased by 144%

The Museum of London is in a central London location and tells the story of Londoners from prehistoric times to the present day. The Museum of London Docklands gives the history of the London docks. Join Buying and Merchandising Manager Rita Rooney as she explains how the museum redeveloped their eCommerce strategy with the support of the Digital Culture Network. Case study from February 2021.

  ·  3 years ago
Case Study: Higher Rhythm’s new vision and website

Higher Rhythm Ltd is a not-for-profit organisation based in Yorkshire, providing music and media industry services and opportunities across the Yorkshire region. Click here to find out how the Digital Culture Network's Roberta Beattie supported their CEO, Steven Mundin, in redefining the organisation's vision for its new website.

  ·  3 years ago
Case Study: Brighton Fringe experiments to improve audience engagement

Brighton Fringe is England's largest arts festival. The festival normally runs an annual open access, large-scale event hosted across the city of Brighton & Hove in a variety of venues. Digital Marketing Coordinator, Jamie Haas, talks us through how our Tech Champions helped the festival get in touch with their audiences online through email marketing and social media.

  ·  3 years ago
Case Study: Mythstories’ website gets an overhaul

Mythstories is a museum based in Shrewsbury that holds a collection of storytelling artefacts and a library of folktales. For over 20 years the museum has organised funded projects with storytelling at their heart. Much of their work is out of doors, much is with young people – encouraging them to explore the oral heritage and become young storytellers. Read on to find out how the Digital Culture Network helped rework their website.

  ·  3 years ago
Case Study: Little Angel Theatre Company’s digital strategy revamp

Little Angel Theatre is a children's theatre dedicated to fuelling the imagination through the art of puppetry. Marketing and Communications Manager, Sophie Waddy, explains how the Digital Culture Network helped them to rethink their digital strategy.

  ·  3 years ago
Sector Case Study: Hospital Rooms – Digital fundraising for Mental Health Awareness Week

Hospital Rooms was one of the most impressive digital stories the Digital Culture Network heard in 2020: a six-week digital fundraising campaign which raised £30,000 in print sales, and resulted in a 300% increase in memberships and 3,387% increase in website traffic. Project Curator Natalie Tilbury takes us through this case study from July 2020.

  ·  3 years ago
Case Study: Open Sky’s digital journey from creating digital content to setting up eCommerce

Open Sky Theatre is a small theatre company with big ideas based in rural Herefordshire, combining new writing with physical and digital theatre to tell powerful, moving stories based on real world events. Read on to find out how the Digital Culture Network supported Open Sky's Digital Director, Lisle Turner, in reimagining the organisation's digital strategy. Case study from December 2020.

  ·  4 years ago
Case Study: Impact Dance’s website journey

Impact Dance's main focus is to empower young people of diverse backgrounds through hip-hop dance training, mentoring, and national and international performances. Marketing and Communications Officer Clara Cowen talks us through how the London theatre company was supported by the Digital Culture Network to develop its website.

  ·  3 years ago
Case Study: China Plate’s website redevelopment

Launched in 2006, China Plate are an independent theatre studio that work with artists, venues and festivals to develop, make and present engaging, entertaining and accessible new work. Read on to find out how the Digital Culture Network supported China Plate with the redevelopment of their website.

  ·  4 years ago
Sector Case Study: Art UK’s online shop boom

Join us for an interview with Camilla Stewart, Head of Commercial Programmes and Collection Partnerships at Art UK, as she explains how the organisation has grown its online shop and dealt with lockdown. The interview took place in July 2020.

  ·  4 years ago
Designing for Accessibility — A Case Study

A team from Harvard’s Innovation Lab created Loro, “a smart companion robot for a wheelchair user”. The team was inspired by their friend Steve who was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS.

  ·  12 months ago