We’re really delighted to report that the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising has appointed us to develop a new digital presence for the attraction, which holds fascinating displays on branding history spanning 150 years of consumer culture.
The new digital presence will launch with a new website mid-2013, and will extend across social media with a new look and feel being developed by the agency. Creatively, the website will bring the experience of the destination to life, offering visitors a better feel for the special nature of the Museum, encouraging them to visit the Notting Hill attraction.
Crucially, the new site will be rich and responsive to cater for audiences no matter where and how they access the site.
With a passion for activating consumer brands in the digital space and their many years experience with leading consumer brands, Activation are well placed to develop and deliver the new digital presence for the Museum of Brands.
‘We are delighted to be working with the Museum – it’s a fascinating attraction, and holds some wonderful content and stories, which we hope to bring to life with their new digital presence.’, comments Matt Ramsay, Managing Director of Activation.
The Museum of Brands is an original and nostalgic collection that deserves a brilliant new digital presence to showcase its displays of brands and packs, posters, fashions, toys and games.
‘There’s a great connection between Activation’s portfolio and the household brands we display here at the Museum. We’re excited by the prospect of a vibrant online profile that engages visitors and conveys the depth and quality of the material we have here, says Anna Terry, Museum Manager.
Museum of Brands is rated in London’s top 10 museums by independent review site TripAdvisor.
See the current site and find out more at www.museumofbrands.com