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National Youth Orchestras of Scotland digitally transform!

Back in early 2014 The National Youth Orchestras of Scotland (NYOS) wanted to develop our organisation digitally. Our goals at the outset were not set in stone but we knew roughly what we wanted to achieve. Our initial ideas were to design, develop and implement a new robust, future-proof database, add a login-membership area to the current […]

Applied Arts Scotland: Sustainable AmbITions

Applied Arts Scotland (AAS) is a membership organisation which supports the professional development of Scottish applied artists.  AAS is going through fundamental change in the way it delivers its services and received Make:IT:Happen funds to take the opportunity to rethink communication and administration systems in order to be efficient and environmentally responsible. Please read more below on our Sustainable […]

Youth Theatre Arts Scotland: our digital development story

Youth Theatre Arts Scotland aims to transform lives through youth theatre by providing inspiring participatory opportunities for young people and by connecting, supporting and training the professionals who work with them. Our project was to develop a new online presence: a richer website which is easier to navigate and provides a welcoming and informative entry point […]

All that Jazz: the SNJO digitally alive again!

SNJO: In the Hall of the Mountain King The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra and their Artistic Director, the saxophonist Tommy Smith are widely recognized to be “world class” with an international reputation for the highest quality jazz and programming. In 2013, while performances soared with rapturous receptions to their Ellington and Rhapsody in Blue concerts […]

Cinema City: history brought to life with digital development

Glasgow Film, comprising Glasgow Film Theatre and Glasgow Film Festival, is the west of Scotland’s leading independent cultural cinema. Glasgow Film’s Cinema City project connects visitors and residents to the fascinating cinema heritage of the city. Back in the cinema-going heyday of the 1930s, Glasgow had more cinemas per head than anywhere else in the […]

claimexpenses.com – a case study

This case study supported by AmbITion Scotland reveals Creative Carbon Scotland‘s digital development claimexpenses.com. The tool was developed with support from Sustainable AmbITion, a fund which focussed on utilising digital technologies for better environmental sustainability. Reflecting on the development of claimexpenses.com, users from Festivals Edinburgh and the Edinburgh International Festival, as well as the tool’s creators Creative […]

Building the digital infrastructure for Uist Wool

Following the strategic digital development of Uist Wool via the undertaking of The AmbITion Approach, Uist Wool tells the story of how the digital infrastructure, business models and  communications have been built at the same time as the mill and centre being built on Grimsay: You can listen to their earlier experience of undertaking The […]

Stills, Edinburgh: Our AmbITion Approach project

In 2013 Stills made a successful application to AmbITion Approach to investigate how we might develop new digital tools and processes and invest in new technology to change and enhance the way Stills operations are run, to generate revenue, engage and broaden audiences and influence creative practices and processes. Find out how AmbITion Approach has helped us […]