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[The Fury of Odin & Chatty Ravens] Designing for Tayto Park

It’s not every day you get approached to have a second attempt at a failed school history exam. But, after we were appointed to redesign a queue line experience at Tayto Park, Ireland I had the chance to redeem myself...


Katapult design themed attractions and experience that amaze and engage visitors globally. Here we take a look at some of the ways we have increased revenue in themed food & beverage and retail.

Katapult launch immersive queue line experience at Ireland’s top theme park

Katapult has redesigned a new, interactive queue line experience at Ireland’s top theme park, Tayto Park, for their water-flume ride, Viking Voyage At The Park.

10 examples of eco-friendly practices at themed attractions

Here are ten global attractions that are making 'eco-friendly' a priority and leading the way towards a greener and more ethically sustainable attractions industry.

What next for Gaming IPs in the leisure and attractions industry?

Gaming IPs have both flourished and failed in a theme park. So what next for an industry with over 600 million active console gamers worldwide?

Katapult joins Blooloop Top 50 panel

Katapult joins Blooloop Top 50 panel

Katapult CEO and Co-Founder Dawn Foote, will join the judging panel for The Blooloop 50 Theme Park Influencers List.

Four Tech Trends Shaking Up Guest Experiences in 2019

This guest blog article has been written by our friends at Bouncepad, they highlight the technology trends that are having the most impact on guest experiences.

Katapult turns 18!

Katapult, the UK-based, themed attractions design agency, celebrate their 18th Birthday this July.

What we learnt at BALPPA Summer Conference 2019

A week of sunshine greeted us in Portsmouth for the BALPPA Summer Conference 2019. What did we learn when we experienced the best attractions in the area?

How to create an Instagram worthy venue

Being Instagrammable is now a big deal for themed attractions, location-based entertainment, retail and hospitality. But how do you go about it?

How to increase theme park revenue through F&B

Consumer expectations of F&B (food and beverage) outlets have seen a huge shift. From high-street casual dining and quick service restaurants in theme parks to street food markets across the country - as consumers, we want more than just the food on our plates to inspire us.

Wild Imagination – Designing for a nature & heritage location

Now that The Whistlestop cafe is open, welcoming people through its doors, I’ve had time to reflect on what knowledge I’ve gained from being the creative lead on the project and the learnings that I’ll take forward in future.