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25th Apr 2013
17th Apr 2013
We have created a new website called Rock of Ages for the National Botanic Garden of Wales.
The Rock of Ages is an outdoor display of the major rock types of Wales and the lichens that grow on them. Spanning over 300 million years of Welsh history, it runs alongside the Broadwalk at the National Botanic Garden of Wales.
The website helps interpret the display's 11 exhibits with the use of specially recorded on film and specially commissioned animations.
There are also separate pages linked to QR codes that will be displayed on the new signage being installed alongside the exhibits.
In total, 104 video files were created to serve the multiple formats and platforms.
The website is a subdomain of the Garden's main website, and ones on a WordPress CMS with a specially adapted theme.
16th Mar 2013
Cyberium has voluntarily made a new website for Transition Town Llandeilo, a local campaign and action group working to make the local area more resilient and sustainable in the face of climate change.
7th Feb 2013
Cyberium has been appointed to develop a website for the Welsh National Botanic Gardens which will interpret its geological and lichens exhibit on the main path using video, audio, animation, QR codes and mobile technology.
The site has a fast turnaround, 7 weeks, and will be ready in April.
28th Jan 2013
A national environmental news website has entered its second successful year with help from Cyberium.
Our staff produce the bulk of the daily content for this business-to-business website, Energy and Environmental Management, which was launched at the end of 2011.
This involves researching, writing and uploading several stories a day, plus media, into the content management system, as well as an opinion column every week.
The website gets several thousand hits a day. Its audience is public and private sector, including policymakers and campaigners for a low carbon Britain.
Entire site audits from £100. Call 07901 925671 or contact us now!
Without you we would have had nowhere near the presence we have had on the net. It's to your credit that a great deal of what you have achieved will be retained by the Department of Health.
Chris Owen, Manager, Health Promotion England
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