The Customer Success Team at STQRY helped share a lot of stories this past month! Today, we are highlighting some of our latest projects including the Westfield State Campus Tour, Sydney Open, and St. Mullins Heritage Village. Read on to learn more about our November apps-gone-live.
Westfield State University, located in Westfield, Massachusetts, is dedicated to equipping students with the knowledge, skills, and experiences they need to succeed.
With fewer in-person campus visits allowed, Westfield State University sought to connect virtually with prospective students in new and innovative ways. The new campus tour developed by our team at STQRY provides an opportunity for students and their families to explore modern and historic sites around the campus, each of which is narrated by a WSU Tour Guide, all through their mobile device. App users will experience a full tour of the campus, safely at their convenience.
Architecture and urban design plays an important role in Sydney’s past, present and future. Sydney Open, the new self-guided audio tour developed by our team at STQRY, allows residents and visitors to go behind closed doors and discover urban gardens, open spaces and significant architecture around the city - all at their own pace.
App users will hear from the acclaimed authors of Public Sydney or listen to landscape heritage consultant, Colleen Morris in conversation with Colin Bisset, writer, traveller and contributor to ABC Radio National's Blueprint for living.
St. Mullins Heritage Village
St. Mullins is a scenic, riverside village on the banks of the River Barrow with an important, impressive history, and one of Ireland’s most significant archaeological sites. The team at STQRY worked with Carlow City Council to develop the St Mullins Heritage Village mobile application. We are pleased to announce that this is Carlow City Council’s second app with us.
St. Mullins has physical remains from many important periods in Irish history. App users can now learn more about how this village came to be and discover sites such as the Sacred Heart Catholic Church and Templemoling Cemetery.
Other apps launched this month include:
Shelter Cove Community Church Christmas Light Driving Tour
The Home for Christmas Light Experience automatically plays stories and narrations as users drive through the route.
The Historic Weatherford Hotel
The Historic Weatherford Hotel in Downtown Flagstaff is an iconic establishment for guests to experience lodging, food and beverage and history. The app showcases the rich history, links to nearby outdoor activities, and provides a background and tour of the breathtaking facility.
Snoopy’s Home Ice
Snoopy's Home Ice is an indoor ice rink owned and built by Peanuts cartoonist Charles M. Schulz. It is home to a walk of fame featuring stars of the figure skating and sports worlds who have signed and dated concrete bricks during their visits. The team at STQRY recently launched an app that allows users to learn about many of the stars who came to perform or train.
Monroe County Museum
The Monroe County Museum is a department of the County of Monroe, Michigan. The Monroe County Museum System fuels exploration of Monroe County's rich and varied stories. The web app includes a map of the nearest Monroe County Museum System sites, a list of driving and walking tours, and badges to track progress and earn rewards.
Fort Fremont Historical Park
Located on the shores of Port Royal Sound, an historic waterway of the Southeast Atlantic coast, Fort Fremont was active between 1888 and 1917. Learn about its place in local military history and its namesake - John C. Fremont - with the recently developed app.
Revs Institute App
Dedicated to the study of the automobile, past, present, and future, Revs Institute offers visitors an exceptional opportunity to view over 100 of the most influential automobiles of our time. The new app brings these unique and exceptionally rare cars directly to visitors on their mobile device.