German Lost Art Foundation launches new website
The German Lost Art Foundation has enhanced its online presence with a redesigned website featuring revised content.
“Our new website has a contemporary look with a clean structure and clear images, and is markedly different from the previous text-based version of the site. With the new site, we are taking a decisive step towards achieving even greater transparency in our work”, said Uwe M. Schneede and Rüdiger Hütte, members of the executive board of the German Lost Art Foundation.
The new website makes it much easier for users to find the many funded projects on provenance research that are being carried out in museums, libraries, archives and research institutes. The RSS feed allows site visitors to receive regular updates with the latest information on new projects, reports, events and new publications. The FAQ provides answers to a wide range of questions about the Foundation, its activities and relevant key topics. The press section has been significantly expanded for journalists. Press releases and press photos can be downloaded here, and journalists can subscribe to the press distribution list. From a technical point of view, the priority was to design the website so that it could be accessed easily on all mobile devices.
Design and development: TBO interactive
Technical implementation: Torsten Declercq, German Lost Art Foundation, and TBO interactive
Project management: Josefine Hannig, German Lost Art Foundation