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Digital Interpretation


as part of the visitor experience allows curators to deliver a deeper, richer experience and the flexibility to tailor content to audiences and needs


Plymouth - The Box

ISO Design / Plymouth City Council

Delivering a deep dive into Plymouth's rich and dynamic past by placing content curators in control


Northern Lights

National Libraries of Scotland

Illuminating Scotlands contribution to the enlightenment


Golden Mummies of Egypt

Nomad Exhibition Design

Stripping back the layers to reveal the secrets of the Golden Mummies of Egypt


Information Age - The Cell

Science Museum / ISO Design

Exploring the ups and downs of the role of smartphones play in a digital age


Maeshowe Chambered Cairn

Historic Scotland

Virtually exploring a 5,000 year old tomb at the heart of Orkney's Neolithic World Heritage Site.


National Wallace Monument

Wallace Monument / ISO Design

Capturing the perfect medieval selfie


Scottish Design Galleries

V&A / ISO Design

Exploring the international impact of Scottish design and its relevance in everyday life.


Bletchley Park - Secrecy and Security

ISO Design / Bletchley Park

Highlighting today's ever evolving cyber threats in an increasingly online world

Digital Interpretation


allows museums and exhibitions to deliver a level of experience that more traditional interpretive tools could not deliver, multilingual texts translating exhibits, tailored age specific content for all visitors, deeper levels of information using CMS (content management system) platforms integrated into digital asset management platforms and a wider range of media including, audio, video and 3D representations of the collections.

Digital interpretation also opens up the opportunity for developing unique interactive experiences using touch screens, digital / physical interactives and other more novel forms such as voice controlled exhibits.

Based in Scotland with successful projects delivered locally across the country including Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Stirling but also further afield from China to the Middle East the use of remote management and specialised exhibition Content management systems (CMS) allow the development, delivery and technical support of exhibitions down the road and across the globe.