Dana Mitroff Silvers is the founder and director of Designing Insights, a consulting firm specializing in design thinking and web strategy. Having previously led the website redesign project at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, a project which has greatly influenced her current work, she is now a design thinking […]
Joshua Jeffery is the former Manager of Digital Engagement at the Andy Warhol Museum. Recently, he made a leap to the for-profit world, accepting a position at Google as an Experience Center Lead where he is incorporating his past work with museums and theater (and his love of roller coasters) to design engaging visitor experiences.
As Director of Information Management and Technology Services for the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA), Jane Alexander was one of the driving forces behind the uber successful Gallery One project and ArtLens mobile app. Both of these efforts have transformed the CMA into one of the most engaging cultural institutions […]
Stephanie Pau, currently Content Producer for Mobile Interpretive Media at SFMOMA, spoke with us about her career path, the importance of audience research and evaluation, digital trends, and the role mobile media will play in the new SFMOMA, set to re-open in 2016.
Prior to rejoining SFMOMA in September, Stephanie spent 4 years as […]
Layla Masri is president of the interactive design firm Bean Creative.
Layla spoke with us about usability, interactives, and developing web projects for multiple types of users and devices.
Though it may seem like a career change, Layla describes how her experiences in marketing and journalism have helped her in creating successful web components […]
John Stack is Head of Digital Transformation and Elena Villaespesa is Digital Analyst at the Tate.
John and Elena spoke with us about digital strategy and evaluation in museums.
During this conversation we focused on the TATE Digital Strategy 2013-2015 and measuring tools used to ensure that the Strategy is accomplishing the established goals.
Loic Tallon is Senior Mobile Producer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Chair of the Museums & Mobile Online Conference.
He spoke with us about mobile strategies for museums and gave suggestions on how to create successful museum apps.
Loic is an art historian by training, but became obsessed with […]
Rebecca is co-curator of the “What’s On the Menu?” project, a website that invites audiences to transcribe the New York Public Library’s menu collection and build a seriously awesome culinary resource.
Rebecca spoke with us about crowdsourcing and described the many ways visitors use the website called “What’s On the Menu?”
Rebecca has always […]
Lori Byrd Phillips is the Digital Marketing Coordinator and Wikipedian-in-Residence at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. She is also highly involved in the GLAM-Wiki initiative, an international group of Wikipedians who assist cultural institutions in collaborating with Wikipedia in order to share multimedia content and cultural expertise.
Lori talked with us about open authority, Wikipedia […]
Peter talked with us about the website’s role in opening up access to collections and marketing the museum, and how people are (and aren’t) engaging with the thousands of hi-res images that are […]
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