Arkivox works with independent researchers, small archives and artists to build engaging user experiences with digitised content. We work with underrepresented cultures, aiming to turn curated archival and material collections into digital humanities projects that are accessible, compelling and most of all, empowering.
As part of our mission, we aim to explore deep historical and social connections out of objects of knowledge and culture from developing regions and minority groups and use digital technology for memory work, visualised storytelling and re-imagined counter narratives.
We offer tailor-made, open-source software to create projects that are democratic and socially engaged. We create tools for transcription, tagging, and geolocation for crowdsourcing initiatives, and are open to alternative ways of producing knowledge through digital platforms.