yesyesBD were brought on board by the Humber Museums Partnership, and the 18 museums they oversee, after a competitive pitching process to promote their 2016 project ‘Framed’.
The project aimed to show the collections held by the 18 museums to the public by taking images of the 100 most intriguing objects or pictures and then presenting those images in non-museum settings.
As part of the large-scale project our team worked on Branding, Website Creation, Social Media management, PR, App Creation, Out-of-Home Media, 3D Scanning, Virtual Reality and Print Design. The work created for ‘Framed’ has since led to yesyesBD being awarded multiple additional works from the partnership as well as interest from museums nationwide.
The use of emerging technologies within this campaign was discussed widely in press, blogs, industry websites and by various Arts and Culture organisations. The use of technology and innovation efforts used were described as a ‘benchmark’ for other museums and similar organisations.
The campaign reached significant numbers in month one alone; social channels increased from a weekly reach of 21 to over 31,000. Follows and likes also grew by 191%, gaining over 1000 new fans in the first 2weeks. The print campaign as hugely successful and praised by both the museums partnership and Arts Council England. The project has also been used to share the regions artwork in various part of the country, Australia and Canada.