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Been working on cultural projects for the last 7 years Mainly on visual design and UX
All the slides are online with the links
They take care of how the product looks and how it feels They create the brand, online and in products this is more about how you interact and make it simple for people The choose design language sympathetic to what you're trying to achieve Visual tone of voice They guide the user through the interactions with visual clues Building in moments of delight for users which mean they keep returning to use the site and build a relationship with the customer
Everyone is a designer everyone has to solve problems Day to day life as a designer
Here we can see our place in the history of the world Example of visualising a difficult concept.. http://hereistoday.com/
What should we be trying to achieve with these designs? clear simple presentations Complex ideas communicated with clarity, precision and efficiency
which allow the user to make up their own mind or inspire them to create something themselves
Family of products across multiple platforms. User centred Throughly tested
We should be looking for inspiration outside of the medium not just looking at what other people in the sector are doing
Coming from other backgrounds it important to work with them and learn together.
Whether agile or just making a concerted effort to get along with the designers and UX people you work with. It'll make the product better and everyone happier
Its good to understand the medium your colleagues are working http://www.slideshare.net/jospencer/design-a-web-page-workshop
Working as a designer in an agile team can be hard you need time to come up with UX for features and then design those Products suffer when one part is built in isolation at a time Designers keep a holistic view across the whole visual language to make sure its cohesive This means rework
Talk about Waterfall
Who When Where Why
Why are you so interested in museums? What is their public mission?
prototype third round of work on the project, next stage is working product tool for academics to collaborate no plans for b2c atm adheres to mellon foundations software guidelines and is opensource
British Museum RKD - Netherlands Institute for Art History Yale Center for British Art Each mapping is independent and uses its own vocabularies and fields. There are no mandatory fields and no lowest common denominator.
You can see here the collections mixed together in a search return
Common thesauri / taxonomy—cidoc crm RDF triple store at the heart
Talking to a librarian or archivist search based on sentence structure
Suggesting Auto complete
Related terms building along panel by panel
Describing the relationship / Entities One of the more difficult pieces to work with, it involved a lot of reading and talking to the team about what these relationships actually were and how it could make the search a lot more powerful
Representing a complex SPARQL query
So we can actually state that the relationship is a painting FROM india Other options were IS LOCATED IN / IS ABOUT etc etc
open source WC3 Community Guidelines Creative Commons schema.org linked data API blogging about what they are doing
We were consultants working as part of an in-house team
web we want festival public invited into the process
gathering user needs on site a WWW festival
breadth and depth Simply finding events and booking tickets Showcasing and amplifying our festivals Presenting our events to the world Put learning at the heart of the website
Working with designers
Digital design director
The Times & Sunday Times
1. What do designers do?
2. How to work with designers
3. Agile vs Waterfall
4. Examples of different types of working