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Trimontium Museum Trust

Website design and development by Creatomatic

 

The Face of Roman Scotland

Trimontium is a Roman fort near Melrose, a place of international importance as the largest Roman fort and settlement north of Hadrian’s Wall, and the site of the greatest concentration of Roman military-related finds in the British Isles.

A fantastic resource for current and future generations, the fort and settlement is made up of a military/civilian complex which involves a fort, four annexes, field systems, a bridge crossing the river Tweed, as well as roads, shrines and a cemetery covering around 370 acres. It is also the site of the most northerly Roman Amphitheatre within the Roman empire.

Creating an online resource

The Trimontium Trust has been telling the story of Roman settlement north of Hadrian’s Wall for more than 30 years, sparked from a public enquiry into a threat posed to the site of the fort by a proposed local bypass. A really interesting project this one.

Designing around an existing brand and logotype, it was important the new site showcased everything that Trimontium had to offer while continuing to reflect the historical and archaeological importance of the museum and fort site.

Membership sales help support the Trust and promote the growth of the museum, the conservation of Scotland’s Roman past, and the continued role of the site in informing and educating current and future generations, and this formed another key part of the site.

The Result

The aim was to ensure that site users could access information clearly and easily, without making the amount of information too overwhelming. To do this, we created different avenues around the site, making sure users could clearly navigate from one page to the other in order to discover everything Trimontium has to offer.

Improved functionality and an enjoyable user experience, whilst retaining the trust’s brand and voice, helps showcase what’s on offer and provides essential information for visitors to the Trimontium site.

Exciting times at Trimontium as they look ahead to 2021 and the reopening of their museum in Melrose.

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