Design Approaches to Digital Projects – A Beginners Guide


This is a guide to help you develop a digital or transmedia project for your museum or gallery.

A transmedia project aims to enable museums and galleries to tell the story around their exhibitions or collections using different media and platforms – both analogue and digital – utilising interactive devices, smartphones and tablets.

 


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This resource was written by Ségolène Valençot, International Projects Manager for Wezit, France and was based on a workshop delivered in partnership with Ortelia Interactive Services and Museum & Galleries of NSW for understanding and using digital engagement tools in the museum, gallery and collections sector.

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This resource was written as part of Museums & Galleries of NSW’s Engaging Art initiative.

Find out more about Engaging Art.

Engaging Art has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.