City Insights

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Studio 1, 3rd Floor
77 East Road
N1 6AH
United Kingdom
Interpretation & Interpretive Systems,Mobile Apps,Multimedia Guides


City-Insights is a versatile digital tool for setting up instant smartphone trails around galleries and visitor attractions.

We’re delivering app-like engagement with the universal reach of the mobile internet.

Our proprietary Platform allows clients to create and instantly publish multimedia ‘web apps’ which are accessible on any smartphone, tablet or PC.

With our clients we create scalable and updateable digital hotspots and ‘trails’ around city centres, museums, galleries and visitor attractions. Unlike an app, there’s no costly need to develop and publish across numerous operating systems.

Our Platform is built to be flexible and easy to use. The intuitive, browser-based Content Management System affords clients complete control of their content. Content can be changed and published instantly – perfect for one-off trails, special events or touring exhibitions. Pages can even be created and set to publish on a schedule.

A City-Insights Platform is an ideal way to reuse and repurpose your existing assets. Great content and multimedia, special events and exhibitions can be used to tell your story in your place.

With over 50 years combined experience in museum exhibition development and design we know the power of good content. We offer editorial and practical assistance to help clients fully utilise their content and get the type of audience engagement they want.

Our clients include museums; The Ashmolean, Poole Museum, cities; Oxford, Newport, Poole, London, and attractions; Jorvik, King’s Cross, Pembroke Castle, NMRN Portsmouth, the University of Cambridge and many more.

Specialist News


It leads our visitors to every nook and cranny of the site – with something of interest wherever you wander.

John Williams, General Manager Pembroke Castle

City-Insights allowed us to use our existing interpretation material in new and engaging ways.

Sarah Maltby, Director of Attractions York Archaeological Trust

With so many compelling stories to tell, we can now make them accessible in the places where they happened.

Gordon Reid, City Centre Manager Oxford