Working with programmers and web developers, including Geographical Information Systems (GIS) technicians who are up-to-date with the latest digital developments, is hugely rewarding.
– Co-creating perceptual data
– Collating oral histories
– Developing websites for NGOs
I am currently developing methods for filing and mapping perceptual visual data with cartographer Shaun Lewin. Together, we created the image below for a development project, Mapping Landscape Values, which aims to analyse people’s perceptions of a landscape from the 3D models they make during outdoor workshops. This links to perceptual text-based work I am co-creating and analysing with geographer, Dr John Martin, such as the ‘gold’ image shown.
For the Giant’s Quoit project, I created a beta web app with a web developer. The app maps the route of walks, oral history, and layers of time through archeological finds that are plotted on the excavation site. I’m seeking to update and co-develop this app through the project Shells, Saints and Saunterings.
I also design websites for non-profit organisations, including several charities. Working with a programmer, my aim is to raise an organisation’s profile by improving how the content is delivered, including how the site functions and looks. Project aftercare is always built in, so the site is maintained and updated, and I offer training on creating, filing, storing, and uploading imagery.