Maximizing a Museum’s Website Investment
* According to the 2014, 2016, and 2018 Museums By the Numbers surveys, put out by the Association of Art Museum Directors, the average museum’s earned revenue falls between 25-30% of its overall budget.
Planning Your Museum Project’s Budget*
Information Architecture. A museum website is a complex object with a wide range of content for broad audiences. Planning an intuitive and well organized navigation system is the first step toward designing an effective museum website.
Platform Conversions free museums from out-of-date and inflexible platforms without a full re-design project. Modest interface and design improvements are included in conversions.
MVPs (minimal viable projects) provide all the essentials features for a museum website: exhibition pages, events, blogs, as well as standard site information.
Standard websites include custom exhibition pages, basic collection integration, faceted search and filtering, advanced components for long-form storytelling, and more.
Advanced websites involve transactional features such as eCommerce, member-only content, smart calls-to-action, and other dynamic features.
* Actual budgets are quoted based on specific project requirements.
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