The Royal Mint. Bringing heritage and craftsmanship to life

Bringing a national treasure to life

The Royal Mint is a 1,100-year-old British national treasure and the world’s leading export mint. When they ask us to help them showcase their flawless work, we feel both honoured and proud.

The people, stories and exquisite craftsmanship are what define The Royal Mint and it’s these characteristics we explore in all our work for them.

Below are a few of our projects.

You have created a beautiful touchscreen experience that truly represents The Royal Mint, our people and heritage and gives our audience a real insight into the exceptional quality and finish of our coins.
Paul Binning, Head of Marketing, Circulating Coin, The Royal Mint
man and women interacting with The Royal Mint interactive touchscreen display software shown on large monitors

Using touchscreens to connect visitors to a thousand years of craftsmanship

When The Royal Mint wanted to connect visitors with the heritage and craftsmanship behind their coins, we created an immersive touchscreen experience to WOW them.

Beautiful imagery and design draw visitors into our immersive and interactive experiences. Users can zoom into the detail of the coins, pull out areas of interest and tap for more information about one coin, before swiping away to learn about another.

As part of the experience, we also produced a series of beautiful films that highlight the design process and skills of those making the Mint’s iconic coins.

Royal Mint interactive digital software displayed using several large monitors across coin decorated walls
The Royal Mint. Visitor centre

As a cashless society creeps ever closer and the day-to-day use of coins diminishes, showcasing the wonders of The Royal Mint has arguably never been more important.

It is an integral part of our history, and telling the story behind the designs and revealing the detail of their coins, has been an honour.

Here are a selection of videos we’ve created for The Royal Mint exploring the designs, inspiration and craftsmanship of the designers behind some iconic Royal Mint coins.

Year of the Sheep interview with the designer, Wuon-Gean Ho.