Engage Virtual visitors

Reach the masses with a beautifully simple digital archive.

Showcase your unique archives and collections on a beautifully designed, intuitive, web-based platform that can be accessed anywhere in the world.

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Create wonderful opportunities for your insitution

Large or small, Capture has a solution for you. We facilitate museums, galleries, libraries and heritage organisations of all sizes to share their archives and collections internally amongst staff, with larger audiences across the globe, who might never get the chance to visit your collection in person.

All packaged together beautifully in an easily accessible format to allow visitors new and old, to browse your digital assets from the comfort of their own home, at any time.

Want to see how Capture can help your Museum?

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ORGANISED CONTENT

Chances are, no matter how niche your archive, it will encompass different topics – perhaps its divisional by different geographies, seasons, kingdoms, or asset type.

Clean organisation of an archive allows museums to boast the different material they own, and helps visitors find what they are looking for without having to crawl through hundreds, thousands or millions of assets

Drilling down your content in groups, and subgroups, and displaying these on your site will allow your virtual visitor to get to grips with the exact type of content own – ultimately, providing them with clarity.

SLEEK INTERFACE

You may have a the most interesting content in the world, but if you are hosting your archive on a dull and difficult to navigate site, then you can’t expect anyone to stay around for long and look further.

A well-designed platform is crucial to attracting and capturing the attention of your virtual visitors. Built on WordPress, our clean website templates provide an enhanced user experience and adding animations, different layouts and colour to suit the character of your archive and giving you greater flexibility to make your own changes.

Digital Asset Management software Capture.co.uk
Digital Asset Management software Capture.co.uk

EXTEND YOUR REACH

You may have a good number of virtual visitors – but there is no harm in more, right? One of the main ways to drive more engagement is by using your biggest champions – your current visitors – by encouraging them to share the content they are already engaging with.

Providing them with the ability to share certain assets to via social channels, email or simply with a direct URL – straight from the digital archive itself – will broaden the reach of your digital archival content and be sure that audiences far and wide can enjoy your archive as much as you do.

Ready to see Capture in action?

In a world that is becoming increasingly digital, museums and heritage organisations have huge potential to jump on the digital bandwagon and ensure that their content is not confined to a shelve in the museum, but in fact readily available all around the globe.

Digital archives are a fantastic alternative to spread the contents of archives across the globe – to audiences who would have never been able to step foot inside a museum.

These digital archives have the potential to reach masses and generate a whole host of ‘virtual visitors’. Yet, it is important to realise that in order to gain and maintain this traction, the archives need to be beautifully and simply displayed, functional and inviting.

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“It is a real pleasure to work with the Capture team and my experience has been nothing but positive. Capture’s support for getting on board and maintaining all functionality has been excellent and our needs are always met quickly. We are delighted with the website and looking forward to a new chapter in Images & Licensing at the Chicago History Museum.”

Angela Hoover, Rights and Reproductions Manager / Chicago History Museum