Talking Deep Space Archaeology

Must Farm graphic

Identity Design; Site Structure & Content Planning; Site Design;  Project Management

for the CAMBRIDGE ARCHAEOLOGICAL UNIT

Must Farm logo

identity

Must Farm landing page screen shot

stage 1 landing page

stage 1 history

stage 1 discoveries gallery

Must Farm

is considered one of the most important Bronze Age archaeological sites in Europe. Due to its Fenland location, the site was underwater for centuries, leading to an extraordinary level of preservation. The discoveries made at the site are quite incredible, and it's providing a vast and ongoing amount of information about how people lived.

The Cambridge Archaeological Unit

needed a website to tell the story of Must Farm in an engaging and visual way and also to act as a repository for the items discovered at the site.

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stage 2 landing

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stage 2 diary entries listing page

The website has grown over time. 

Stage 1 tells the background and history of Must Farm. It includes a gallery of finds, some interactive elements that explain the geology of the area, as well as additional background information and resources.

The second stage is an ongoing resource 

which first launched in 2015, and focuses on the process of the dig itself and the analysis of the finds. It includes blog posts and video entries.

Stage 2 diary entry example screen shot

stage 2 diary entry example

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stage 2 FAQs

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