Interactive Zone uses the latest thinking, design capabilities and software to create professional, easy to use and informative web sites and applications.
To help those in industry keep up to date with software development Interactive Zone, in association with Learning Zone, runs regular short courses on professional CAD software products aimed primarily at experienced designers and users via including: Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Flash, Director and Dreamweaver and 3D Studio Max.
Roger Fenton's letters from the Crimea is a unique online record of the letters written by this highly active and influential 19th century photographer famous for his photographs of the Crimean war.
Photographs Exhibited in Britain 1839 - 1865 is an online database of over twenty thousand exhibition records transcribed from 46 catalogues, citing works submitted by over a thousand photographers.
Emsource Archives for Learning was developed for the East Midlands Museums, Libraries and Archives Council website. Learners role play different characters online to develop their understanding of historical events during the 19th century.
Three Centuries of Transport was a New Opportunities Fund project to create online museums research and learning resources based on archive records of early canals, railways and aviation.
Highfields Remembered is a ground-breaking website produced by Interactive Zone as a record of reminiscences of those who passed through the immigration gateway of Leicester - the most ethnically diverse city in the UK. It comprises an interactive map, images and records of interviews and recollections of surviving first generation immigrants and their decendants.
In a project funded by the DTI Information Society initiative, Interactive Zone has produced a website to promote Boughton House, a little known tourist attraction which contains a remarkable art collection as well as being an architectural wonder.
The website allows viewers to conduct a virtual tour of the rooms of the property, to explore the family tree of the owner, the Duke of Buccleugh, to plan a real visit to the site, with links to travel, accommodation, and other tourist facilities.
Within the rooms visitors can view, and in some cases manipulate, pictures, tapestries, furniture and other objects they find there, or search the underlying database for specific artefacts.