The A&A web site was designed by Richard Wilding. Aside from the demonstrable beauty of his design work, we are grateful for his input at all stages - especially on the content architecture of the site - and for being a loyal friend of the project from the start.
For more information, click here to email Richard Wilding.
The A&A web site was created in partnership with Systems Simulation Limited. Our thanks to all those involved, and expecially to our Chief Software Engineer Sacha Varma, who worked above and beyond the call of duty to meet the monstrous demands of our functional specification and attended to our stream of niggles and whinges with the patience of a true philosopher.
You can find our more about SSL by following this link to the SSL web site.
Thanks also to the following:
- Ken 'man-with-the-scan' Davies, who digitised all 35,000 images from the Conway Library with unfailing skill and enthusiasm.
- Cabinet, who deliver a superlative image licensing and print-on-demand service for our customers.
- Artesia Technologies, who supplied the digital asset management system which is the engine room for serving images and metadata to the A&A site.
- Leonard Will, who wrote the keyword classification by which users can browse our image catalogue.