Tag Archive: mobile

Audience Research: Let’s Get Real

May 2015

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The latest Culture24 Action Research Report was recently released. This is the third in a series of excellent collaborative research projects, featuring a range of cultural sector organizations in the UK.

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CHIN’s TechWatch: Fall 2014

October 2014

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Each season, we bring you this showcase of promising, emerging or lasting technologies used by and in museums today. Stay tuned, as we watch the trends for you.

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Wi-Fi: A surprisingly common problem for museums

October 2013

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Museums that offer free Wi-Fi to their visitors are often faced with stubborn technological issues that compromise the strength and range of the Internet connection.

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“Beasts, Beats & Tweets”: Social Media in Museum Events

September 2013

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So how do you get a couple thousand twenty-somethings lining up to get into a museum? Museums anticipate that they will at some point say goodbye to visitors during their teenage years, and start welcoming them back well into adulthood.

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Mobile Apps from Canadian Museums (updated)

September 2013

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We’re always keeping an eye out for mobile news on the Canadian museum scene, and updating our lists.

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Mobile Devices Are Changing the Web

August 2013

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New statistics released by comScore illustrate the undeniable shift in Internet traffic from traditional desktop computers towards lighter and more portable devices. Soon, most of their audience will be using these smaller devices to browse museum websites.

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7 Misconceptions about Web Apps

August 2013

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When people think of mobile apps, they overwhelmingly think of mobile native apps, such as those downloaded on the iTunes App Store and then installed on smartphones and tablets.

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