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Live projects are an integral part of the course at Sheffield which take up the first 6 weeks of the year and work with real clients with real needs. As part of the MArch course I participated in two contrasting projects during my study. The first resulted in the creation of an interactive online archive for the town of Selby, a typical Yorkshire settlement suffering from diminished industry and disillusioned aspirations. To see how the project progressed and to read feedback from the students in Selby School please visit the project blog. To visit the evolving website project, please click the image directly below.

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click to visit the site <this is selby>

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Below is the promotional film we produced alongside the actual website so the council could present the distilled idea of the research we had conducted and the product we had created.

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Presentation to the Council in 2007

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Examples of our captured content

the rest of the content can be viewed seperate to the website at the project’s youtube channel which can be found here

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