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Riveting with Industrial Strength!

/ Posted By Dav McKenzie

As a result of Scottish innovation, Scotland has a wide variety of Industrial museums across the length and breadth of our country. These museums tell the story of Scotland and its contributions to the world in many different ways and pass down stories down generations to ensure our rich history industrial past is understood, remembered and celebrated. 

Our clients, Industrial Museums Scotland (IMS), are a federation of Scotland’s leading independent industrial Museums. Itwas founded in 2011 to promote a “sustainable and growing future for the industrial heritage sector”. The organisation is spearheaded by the three of the larger national industrial museums; National Mining Museum Scotland, the Scottish Maritime Museum and the Scottish Fisheries Museum. IMS benefit from Scottish Government funding in return for co-operation with some of the smaller industrial museums to share resources and explore benefits for the sector. 

Everyone are delighted to have been appointed as IMS' digital agency, we have worked collaboratively and over the past couple of months with them to create a modern and engaging brand, and digital presence that provides a fresh, appealing digital platform for the brand and meets the needs of its member organisations. 

Establishing the Go Industrial identity and supporting campaign messages acts as a friendly, approachable and fun place to visit, using big, bold and industrial sized typography, full screen imagery making a powerful impression.

Go Industrial’s marketing consultant Lesley Wood said, “Everyone have turned our aspirations into a great consumer facing brand that has received excellent feedback.”

 In the coming months we will be looking forward to releasing an App for Go Industrial which will compliment the website and provide an enhanced and interactive a pre-visit, in situ and post visit experience, watch this space for more details. 

For a riveting day out: Go industrial.

http://www.goindustrial.co.uk/



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