BHT Heritage Branding & Website

BHT Heritage was a five year learning and participation project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in order to research the history of St Stephen’s Hall, the home of BHT’s First Base project.

The initiative also researched the history of homelessness in Brighton as well as providing opportunities for BHT clients to explore a range of heritage skills and experiences.

I provided branding, logos and an interactive website for the project, as well as ongoing support in producing publicity materials for digital and print. As with all of my websites I also managed hosting and server administration.

Over the lifetime of the project I provided website content management training as well as adding multimedia elements such as interviews from their Oral History research project.

branding | digital | infographics | logos | print | websites
Logos had to be suitable for a variety of formats and were based on the iconic St Stephen's Hall frontage in Brighton.
The website developed over time to accommodate all research, blog posts and multimedia presentations, for a wide audience including clients, stakeholders and schools.
Double-page spread in the 250 Years of Stephen's Hall publication featured in BHT Impact Reports
From top, clockwise: History Trail leaflet, A1 Fomex boards and heritage trail map.
Initial draft designs for the logo and corporate identity.

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