This tribute to the life and talents of English jazz musician Humphrey Lyttelton employs HTML5 and a front-end built with absolute simplicity in mind. An interactive timeline lets visitors scroll and click through an abundance of photos and memories of Humph in an engaging and enjoyable way.
Design/development team Palace worked closely with Humphrey Lyttelton’s son Stephen over the course of two years to digitize this massive wealth of archive material.
The site also serves to raise awareness of the Humph Trust, which hosts annual fundraising concerts to support promising young jazz musicians in building their own careers.

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