Release of our new website

On the 15th of May we quietly launched our new website phase one www.bristolmuseums.org.uk which was made possible with the hard work of lots of staff here and at fffunction. I’ll be writing very soon about the weeks in the lead up to release, what happened at launch and what we have planned next.  

CV19 – Digital Battle Plans

Background Bristol Culture receives an average of 2.5 million yearly visits to its websites (not including social media). Additionally, we have different demographics specific to each social media channel, which reflect the nature of the content and how users interact with the platform features offered. Since March 13th visits to the bristolmuseums.org.uk have fallen off … Continue reading CV19 – Digital Battle Plans

My Digital Apprenticeship with Bristol Museums so far

My name is Caroline James and I am currently in my fourth week of my Digital Marketing Apprenticeship with Bristol Museums. I am originally from Luton and moved to the South West in 2013 when I was 18 years old to do my degree in Diagnostic Radiography, at the University of Exeter. I loved the … Continue reading My Digital Apprenticeship with Bristol Museums so far

Culture KPIs

There are various versions of a common saying that ‘if you don’t measure it you can’t manage it’. See Zak Mensah’s (Head of Transformation at Bristol Culture) tweet below. As we’ll explain below we’re doing a good job of collecting a significant amount of Key Performance Indicator data;  however, there remain areas of our service … Continue reading Culture KPIs