Clients

Sweet Technology works with a range of clients ranging across education, heritage and community development including government, not-for-profit and other mission-based organisations. Some of our past and present clients include:

National Trust of South Australia

National Trust of South Australia manages historic sites, natural reserves, important museums and folk history collections, including more than 100 historic places within South Australia. For their annual Heritage Festival, Sweet Technology was asked to create an interactive, community-oriented initiative around the theme of innovation and invention. The result is the Innovention wiki, which demonstrates the value of heritage as inspiring evidence of Australian innovation and invention. The wiki format creates an open-ended encyclopaedia of creativity and resourcefulness that will continue to grow through user participation and contributions.

History SA

History SA manages three historical museums and a range of community history programs across South Australia that promote public awareness and participation in researching and communicating the history of the state of South Australia. Sweet Technology has been working with HSA to redevelop its online presence through a number of initiatives including a new website for the South Australian Community History portal: (www.community.history.sa.gov.au)
annual History Festival: (www.abouttime.sa.gov.au)
Bound for South Australia digital reenactment (www.boundforsouthaustralia.net.au)

Royal Institution of Australia

(www.riaus.org.au)
The Royal Institution of Australia is a new national organisation, based in Adelaide, established to promote public awareness of science. Sweet Technology was contracted to:

  • Develop an online strategy for the new organisation.
  • Develop an information architecture plan for a new website.
  • Prepare system requirements documentation for new content management system and website.
  • Manage the website development and implementation process.

Arts Victoria

Arts Victoria is the Victorian Government Agency with responsibility for arts and cultural organisations in that state. Sweet Technology was contracted to:

  • Undertake a strategic review of the Victorian Cultural Network project
  • Prepare a forward strategic plan for the next stage of the VCN project.

Museum Victoria

(www.museumvictoria.com.au)
Museum Victoria is the largest museum in the Southern Hemisphere, located in Melbourne. Sweet Technology was contracted to:

  • Develop an audience development strategy for the museum's website.
  • Develop an information architecture plan for new website.
  • Prepare system requirements documentation for new content management system.
  • Prepare documentation and provide advice on software procurement.

National Museums of Science and Industry (NMSI) UK

NMSI is one of the United Kingdom's leading museum organisations, comprising the Science Museum, the National Railway Museum and the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television. Sweet Technology was contracted to:

  • Develop a content management strategy for NMSI.
  • Prepare business case and project plan for content management system.
  • Prepare system requirements documentation and procurement advice for selection and implementation of a content management system for NMSI websites.

Collections Council of Australia (CCA)

CCA is the peak body for Australia's libraries, museums, galleries and archives sector. Sweet Technology was contracted to:

  • Prepare policy papers on Digital Collections for the national Digital Collections Summit.
  • Advise on software and content issues for the establishment of the Council's website.
  • Develop the Now and Then community wiki site (www.nowandthen.net.au)

Museum of World Culture, Sweden

The new Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg, Sweden opened in 2004. Sweet Technology was contracted to:

  • Develop a comprehensive information and communications strategy (ICT) strategy for the new museum.
  • Advise on AV Infrastructure requirements.
  • Prepare specifications and provide advice on software selection for web content management and collections information management.

Other clients include:

  • Australian Centre for the Moving Image
  • Big Book Club
  • Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN)
  • Council of Australasian Museum Directors (CAMD)
  • Department of Education and Children's Services (SA)
  • Commonwealth Department of Human Services
  • Museums Australia
  • Greenpeace Australia
  • University of South Australia