In an effort to enhance the experience for tourists and visitors across Heritage sites in the National Capital Region, Jackpine explored and researched 12 new, innovative digital technologies.
Canadian Heritage (PCH), the federal department responsible for Canada’s major cultural institutions, sought in-depth research relating to new and innovative technologies for visitors to use at National Capital Commission (NCC) sites across the Ottawa area.
To enhance the experience of all Heritage Canada site visitors within the National Capital Region, Jackpine completed a thorough and exhaustive scan of current research and literature surrounding the use of digital products used to deliver rich, narrative information in an outdoor setting. Our team drew from a wide range of applications, contexts, and technologies to find the solutions Heritage Canada needed, all delivered in an in-depth and highly visual final report.
Projects: Digital Products Environmental Scan and Analysis Report
Deliverable: Research and Analysis, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interactive Report Document
Creative Counsel: Enhance and maximize interactivity in heritage sites by finding new, innovative technologies.
To understand the current technologies Heritage Canada uses at their NCC sites, Jackpine conducted an in-depth evaluation of QR codes: their viability, public perception, possible applications, and feasibility. After researching and reviewing 12 more digital technologies, our team presented all of our findings through a comprehensive and illustrative report, complete with Creative Counsel solutions and recommendations that adhered to all of PCH’s requirements.