Category: Design

Museums and Mega Menus

Museum websites are chock full of content. Not only do they offer standard business information such as location, contact, and …

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Conquering The Illusion of Communication

George Bernard Shaw once said that, “the single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” …

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The Long and Short of Museum Blogs

Next week we’ll be in Boston for Museums and the Web 2019. Along with Sara Goss and Rachel Clark from …

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Museum Design Workshop

Every museum is unique. Each has a specific collection that no other museum can claim and the stories about this …

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Anatomy of Museum Information Architecture

One of the persistent challenges of museum website design and content strategy stems from the vast quantity of content that …

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Sites In the Service of Museum Scholarship

Behind the scenes at your local museum, curators, researchers, and historians make fascinating discoveries that deepen our understanding of our …

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A Case Study of Deep Zoom with OpenSeadragon

In recent years, museums have made great strides to seamlessly integrate their collections with their existing websites. Cost-prohibitive technical limitations …

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The Visual Display of Museum Impact

All museums aim to make an impact. Many resources are poured into preserving, protecting, and promoting a museum’s collections, programs, …

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Immersive Storytelling and Museums: Diving Deeper with Deep Zoom

After another great Museum and the Web conference, I wanted to take a minute to look back at a common …

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