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Evaluation-led Mobile Experience Design

At the MCN conference in Portland in November, I presented some of the research I’ve been doing on new approaches to mobile experience design. Sheila Carey from the Canadian Heritage Information Network kindly put together a panel for the conference on “Making the Call: Evaluating Mobile Projects in Museums” that pulled my work together with […]

Peter Samis on Mobile Multimedia

“Peter Samis is to museums as James Brown is to soul,” was tweeted earlier this year from the American Association of Museums (AAM) conference in Philadelphia. There is no doubt that Peter’s spirit has inspired my work in museum interpretation ever since my first multimedia tour projects with Tate Modern, and his educational mission and […]

Opensource Mobile Projects on the MuseumMobile Wiki

We seem to have reached a tipping point in opensource development for mobile platforms: at Museums & the Web in April, a spontaneous gathering over lunch of more than 10 museums working on mobile projects resulted in the MuseumMobile Wiki to house the collaborative project pages. Since then the Dallas Museum of Art has already […]

Art is hard: how mobile can help

Nina Simon is an innovative designer of participatory museum experiences. In addition to lecturing widely, she authors the Museum 2.0 blog, which has become a primary touchstone and resource for best practice in the museum world. What may be less well-known about Nina is her background as a performance poet and how she was inspired […]

Museum Podcasts: A SmartHistory.org Dialogue

In this podcast we get to hear from two people who are very largely responsible for inspiring the MuseumMobile podcasts: Beth Harris and Steven Zucker. Both were art history professors at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York when they founded SmartHistory.org as an online art history resource for their students and others. […]

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