10 years of bringing visitor attractions to life online

Alton Towers Resort

Alton Towers Resort is the UK's number 1 theme park. Their website, designed, built, hosted and promoted by Headland receives 11m unique visitors a year.

Mutiny Bay

Recruiting wannabe pirates of all ages to set sail for Mutiny Bay. The Headland designed microsite featured an animated intro, interactive pirate map, pirate shoot 'em up game and a treasure chest of media files.

The Smiler

Psychological effects, optical illusions and 14 loops to mess with your mind and body brought to life on The Smiler microsite using games, video and social media.

Sunderland AFC Foundation

We created an e-learning programme and intranet to put Sunderland AFC in the premier league of community engagement and education.

Natural History Museum

When extending their website and integrating with their document management system, The Natural History Museum naturally turned to Headland.

CBeebies Land

Escape to CBeebies Land on desktop, tablet and mobile through the new responsive website built by Headland, including the CBeebies Land interactive map.

The National Trust

Not for the faint hearted, life was tough in those days. Headland have created the touch screen information pods for the national Trusts Victorian Workhouse project.

SnowDome

We got SnowDome on piste, online with a new website design, content management system integrated with their back office and a new quick book facility.

Universal Studios Florida

6 great theme parks, 1 great ticket and 2 Headland websites. The consumer facing site promoting the Orlando Flexticket offering and the trade marketing website to support channel partners.

Chill Factore

Headland have been appointed to produce the new website for Chill Factore in Trafford Park, Manchester - the longest indoor ski slope in the UK.

Can we help your business too?

If you'd like Headland to make your business into an online experience and successful sales channel, call Graeme Wilson on 0113 272 1555 or fill in our contact page and we'll get in touch.

11 June 2014