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Posts Tagged 'visitor experience'

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12th February 2024

Enhancing Accessibility Through Digital Content

As cultural hubs, visitor attractions hold the key to unlocking knowledge, fostering shared experiences, and celebrating diverse perspectives. Yet, for visitors who are D/deaf, hard of hearing, or visually impaired, navigating these spaces can pose a significant barrier. This is where signRead More

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Multimedia Guides, Apps & Digital Products

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8th February 2024

Making Your Online Experience Accessible

The pre-visit online experience is increasingly important for onboarding visitors with additional access requirements and setting their expectations for the on-site experience. Here at ATS we are passionate about inclusion and accessibility, and we produce a wide range of accessible visitor contentRead More

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8th January 2024

The Cultural Digital Revolution  

Museums and galleries have long been revered as gatekeepers of culture, history, and art. However, in our increasingly digital age, these institutions are faced with the challenge of staying relevant and engaging for modern visitors. One solution gaining momentum is the adoptionRead More

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21st November 2023

Website Welcome Videos

5 Reasons Why You Should Consider Adding a Welcome Video to Your Website In an age where the internet is often the first point of contact, more and more visitor attractions are discovering the value of a compelling welcome video on theirRead More

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8th September 2023

New partnership between ATS and Signapse.

We’re very excited to announce a new partnership between ATS and Signapse. Signapse are building AI technology which translates text into sign language automatically. With more than 150,000 sign language users in the UK alone, Signapse’s mission is to ensure as much informationRead More

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5th June 2023

Are you ready to go digital?

Digital interpretation comes in a bewildering array of forms. It also has a confusing number of names; multimedia, interactive or even mobile interpretation. Put simply, digital interpretation allows museums, heritage sites and visitor attractions to embrace new technologies and innovative approaches toRead More

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26th November 2020

Welcoming visitors this Christmas!

Preparing to welcome visitors over the Christmas period is always a busy time – but 2020 has brought its own unique and unexpected challenges. Join us, as we catch up with Faye Kelly of Hever Castle to learn about the changes theyRead More

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16th October 2020

Connecting Culture 2020

A presentation from the Connecting Culture 2020 Virtual Conference. Spencer Clark along with Anne Fletcher, Director of Interpretation and Louise Wainwright, Senior Producer were invited to share their experience and advice on how to create effective digital engagement and world class on-siteRead More

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11th June 2020

Effectively Managing Visitor Dwell Time

With social distancing likely to be in place as attractions and institutions prepare to open their doors, many are considering how best to maximise the number of potential visitors, while at all times observing social distance guidelines. Signage, staff and volunteers willRead More

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17th December 2018

A Royal flush for ATS Heritage

The Sandringham Estate, the Norfolk retreat of HM The Queen, has recently appointed ATS Heritage to develop a new multi-media guide tour for visitors.  Adding to our regal portfolio of clients including Buckingham Palace, Balmoral Castle, Windsor Castle and Palace of Holyroodhouse,Read More

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6th December 2018

Gainsborough Family Album Exhibition

ATS is very privileged to have worked with The National Portrait Gallery (NPG) for over eight years, providing on-site multimedia guides and developing content for the permanent collection as well as temporary exhibitions.  Our latest exhibition project with NPG is ‘Gainsborough’s FamilyRead More

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