Digital Media

Park visitors can explore national parks from home, school, or on the go. HFC works with parks and partners to develop customized digital solutions that include apps, websites, social media, and information kiosks—and we’re always looking for what’s next. To explore the options, contact us.

Making media accessible to visitors with disabilities makes our products even better and is critical in all stages all stages of the planning, design and production process. For more information about programmatic accessibility for National Park Service interpretive media, please visit HFC's Accessibility webpage. A good place to start is the accessibility guidelines. Please also explore this page for specific topics and additional resources.

Harpers Ferry inters display the PARKMobile app they worked on

Mobile Apps

Pinpoint your location and plan where you’re going next using our wide array of mobile apps for smart phones, tablets, e-readers, and more. Look for the official NPS apps on iOS and Google Play.
Screen shot of features on HFC website homepage

Web-based Media

NPS websites are where our digital conversation starts. Visitors can plan logistics, learn about special events and programs, view photos and multimedia, read in-depth stories about people, places, and events, and download maps and brochures. HFC supports parks and their web programs through planning, design, and development of websites, microsites, and specialized features.
Social Media Icons

Social Media

“Post,” “Like,” “Tweet,” “Share.” This is the language NPS interpreters now use to connect with the public. HFC works with parks to make the most of this powerful form of communication. Additional agency guidance cab be found with the NPS Office of Communications.

Last updated: September 18, 2018