Hinterland was produced by NVA, creators of Speed of Light for the Olympics and Ghost Peloton for the Tour de France, as well as many remarkable environmental animations of natural settings around Scotland over the last 20 years.
NVA’s mission is to make powerful public art that reaffirms people’s connection to their built and natural heritage. Our practice uses creative learning and environmental innovation, involving audiences in physically redefining urban and rural settings, revealing how places shape and are shaped by people.
Permanent works, which often regenerate broken landscapes, include the resuscitation of St Peter’s Seminary as the world’s first intentional modernist ruin, to deliver a new model for rural arts and heritage development.
Studio Stand provided the full branding and design for this exciting project and we were delighted to provide the web development.
As always, accessibility is key to any modern presence on the web and Become made sure that Hinterland’s site was no different with the new site adhering to the W3C accessibility guidelines.
Working closely with Stand, we delivered a responsive site ensuring that all content reaches all users on any device.
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