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Dún Aonghasa - One of western Europe’s most magnificent stone forts

Dún Aonghasa - One of western Europe’s most magnificent stone forts

Website for Heritage Ireland

Heritage Ireland, manage and maintain Ireland’s most important historic buildings and sites for the OPW. These range from archaeological monuments to historic houses and include the plants, trees, art, artefacts, furniture and other folklife relics that give them their unique life and colour.

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Visitors to Fore Abbey

Visitors to Fore Abbey, a Benedictine Abbey ruin, situated to the north of Lough Lene in County Westmeath.

We worked closely with the Heritage Ireland team from day one — collaboration was a key part of the process. Workshops, stakeholder meetings, heritage site visits, competitive benchmarking and usability testing were crucial parts of the research process. It was important that the new site was imagery focused to showcase the range of stunning sites in the OPW’s care. Ease of exploration is also another key feature of the new site. Users can quickly find information about various sites. Particular attention was paid to accessibility on the new site — visitors with disabilities can browse through the various locations and see if particular sites are accessible to them.

Visit the Heritage Ireland website.

Detail from the Hall of the Vicars Choral

Detail from the Hall of the Vicars Choral

Image of the Rock of Cashel page on the Heritage Ireland website
Skellig Michael page on Heritage Ireland

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