The Information Architecture Institute
A conference on designing
complex information spaces of all kinds.
New York City, October 4 and 5, 2007

Dave Cronin’s Presentation: Art for the Public: Supporting a visitor-directed museum experience

The Getty operates with the mission of making its museums, gardens and extensive collections of artwork accessible and engaging to a diverse audience of visitors. This talk will discuss how the Getty and Cooper worked together to rethink and expand the way kiosks, handhelds and the Web are used to enhance and enrich the visitor experience by providing context-appropriate access to an immense body of content about the collection and architecture.

See the whole program.

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  1. IDEA Conference Blog » Design in the Getty museum said,

    October 23, 2006 @ 6:58 pm

    […] It was a special thrill to hear Dave Cronin talk about the interaction design work Cooper did at the Getty museum, as I’d visted there a couple of months ago. Its always fun to retroactively rebuild an experience, knowing something now, in the present, about how that experience was constructed. […]

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