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SFMOMA At Adaptive Path’s UX Week

Great presentation on the nature of museums and how they are evolving the user experience given by three people from the interactive multi-media team at  San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) which just completed a fantastic re-design: Be sure to visit the new SFMOMA site, one of the best of the new museum Website […]

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Non-Profits Can Show the Way With Social Networks

Image by tronathan via Flickr It’s not surprising that you see non-profits—especially arts and cultural institutions—leading the wave of social networking. They have no money. They are run by smart people. They have passion. And passion in particular is the magic ingredient for making social networking grow. The Indianapolis Museum of Art has a new […]

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Public Touchscreens Can Create Multi-User RFID Magic

Schematic has done some pioneering work with large touchscreens.  You may have seen their touchscreen computer for Accenture in the International Terminal at JFK airport in New York City. They came to Cannes this year for the interactive festival and installed a touchscreen to help attendees get registered and oriented.  Two things make this touch […]

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Take 5: The best of digital customer experience

Each Friday in this space I pull out five terrific things I found this week.   This is a combination of great online customer experiences to great research—all of it about online customer experience. ART BABBLE — I spent last week at the Museum + Web 2009 Conference in Indianapolis, and it was one of those […]

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