Digital Humanities

A large part of any project is preparing data. Whether it is images, text, or sounds, you need to think of the best file formats to store and archive your data. And once it has been digitised, how do you best make it accessible to a wider audience?

Often, there is a skills mismatch between the Humanities and Computing/Technology. Phrasys is positioned between those two disciplines, and we understand the problems that scholars in the humanities face, and are aware of the most suitable technical solutions for these problems.

If you are embarking on a project involving digitisation of cultural artefacts, please get in touch for advice, help with funding applications, or practical realisations. Through years of working in the humanities (including as a technical reviewer for the AHRC) we have just the experience to help you turn your project idea into a success.