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 [...]
Dave Patten is responsible for all public facing IT and AV, including interactive exhibits, at the Science Museum in London.
Dave talked with us about connecting visitors to museum content, and the role technology plays in that process.
The content is everything
Visitors don’t visit museums for their tech. Rather, they seek meaningful encounters [...]
Aaron Cope is part of the team reinventing the collections website for the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.
Aaron talked with us about digital museum objects and what the future of online collections might look like.
The Copper-Hewitt’s Manhattan building is currently closed for renovation (set to reopen in 2014). While physical access [...]
At the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA), Silvia Filippini-Fantoni manages the Interpretation, Media and Evaluation Department, which is responsible for the development of analogue and digital interpretive content about the permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, and historic properties as well as audience research and evaluation.
Silvia talked with us about how museums can identify and [...]
Carolyn Royston can be attributed with the impressive task of pioneering, developing and instituting the New Media Department at Imperial War Museums (IWM), a family of five related but distinct institutions located in the UK. Imperial War Museums include the IWM London; IWM North in Trafford, Greater Manchester; IWM Duxford near Cambridge; the [...]
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