Here is what has interested me in the last few weeks online:
- A library of ‘things lets you borrow interesting stiff as well as books – looking at how public buildings can become more useful and reinventive n the 21st Century.
- A Kickstarter funded PC game explores grief and allows a developer to come to terms with the death of his child.
- A round up of the 3rd annual ‘Digital Culture report from Ash Mann
- An entrepreneur moving from the Art Sector to producing mindfulness apps says his goodbyes.
- The first ever CGI animation interacts with live actors on stage in Shakespeare’s the Tempest
- The development of the Royal Opera House London into a digital offering designed to reach new audiences
- Amazing article on the use of cultural and museum audience communication engaging with the Tate as a case study
- The Barbican redesigns their online booking process with user needs central
- Stop Motion animation grows up – traditional animation experiences a resurgence whilst benefiting from new tech too.
- Ghosts in the camera – easier to read it…
- Victorian flirtation cards – which just rock 🙂
- Design a wig – hilarious and historical at the same time.
- Great thought piece on museums and digital in 2016
- Service design in museums and culture – more important than ever.