Tag Archives: Andy Chapman

A few more words on research: the significance of trails for remembering

I have spent some time over the last few days testing and re-testing the Exeter City FC trail. The first time I tested it, some locations were not picked up and GPS accuracy was an issue, but after more development … Continue reading

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Testing Testing (again)

We have now selected 25 locations, which can be seen on a map. They start at St James Park and end at RAMM. Yesterday, once again, I set off to check the accuracy of the geocoding and whether the affordance … Continue reading

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More geocoding

Following a lengthy and still ongoing consultation with Paul Farley, Lewis Jones and Martin Weiler, as well as other members of Exeter City FC Supporters Trust Board, Will and I have now compiled and I have geocoded a list of 28 locations, eight more that we … Continue reading

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Generating and geocoding the Exeter City FC Supporters Trust trail

We have now started to build an Exeter City FC Supporters Trust trail. We arrived at St James Park early, and felt that to prompt individual memories and thoughts it was crucial to utilise sites that capture the history of … Continue reading

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Testing the Tudor Trail

Last week, instead of just managing the project from the table, Andy suggested that we went for a test ‘in the wild’, as scientists say, to assess the user experience. We had tested it before, but never as a group, … Continue reading

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The Exeter Time Trail project

Exeter Time Trail is a collaboration between Gabriella Giannachi and Will Barrett from the Centre for Intermedia at the University of Exeter, Rick Lawrence, Tom Cadbury and Helen Burbage at Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery (RAMM) and Andy … Continue reading

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