Canadian Museum of Nature
Longship has worked with the Canadian Museum of Nature since 2009 when Erik Hagborg was the Information Architect responsible for restructuring the museum’s web site, nature.ca. In 2011 the museum engaged Longship to develop a strategy for their research and collections content which had not yet been migrated into the new site.
Working closely with internal stakeholders Longship developed a strategy for the Research section of nature.ca. This included audience research, internal discovery sessions and reaching out to external stakeholders and similar organizations. The resulting strategy was approved.
Longship then was hired to plan the information architecture and interaction design for the new section of the site which is currently being integrated.
Erik brought a great depth of knowledge and a wealth of practical experience with the Web to the table, which was invaluable to our project. He led the planning process of our site redesign, which meant understanding our audience needs, our business goals as well as all of the technical requirements. He was able to work well with a diverse group of people, ensured that our requirements were met and delivered a great product. Erik is very insightful, flexible and enthusiastic which made him a pleasure to work with. I would welcome the opportunity to work with Erik again.