Art.I.schock dusts off the website of Archaeology Switzerland

The Swiss Archaeology Association has given itself a fresh and modern look. This is now also to be revealed in a new website. The website was designed and implemented by the Zurich agency Art.I.schock.

Archaeology Switzerland has been committed to the research, protection and preservation of archaeological monuments for over a century. The association conveys sound knowledge about archaeology and advocates the concerns of archaeology and cultural heritage in politics and society.

In order to demonstrate the diversity of archaeology as a science to younger people as well, the association has now given its image a new shine. It sought advice from the Zurich agency Art.I.schock, which created a new CI/CD as a first step. The new image is characterized by the use of fragments to represent the incomplete, which is central to archaeological research. This is reflected in the new website continued.

The new Internet presence is to impress with its clear and streamlined navigation with appealing and lively sections. Intelligent filter functions provide a quick overview, and a burger menu is also intended to ensure a pleasant user experience on mobile devices. The new site is not only aimed at the general public, but also offers professional societies a platform for their web presence.

Responsible at Archaeology Switzerland: Ellen Thiermann (Central Secretary), Hanna Marti (Secretariat). Responsible at Art.I.schock: Nadine van den Berg (consulting, project management), Dominik Blaas (graphics), Urs Mettler (programming), Kamil Demirci (programming).

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