Wednesday 30th November, 2011
4:45pm to 5:15pm
Alyson helps cultural organisations experiment with mobile, designing experiences that help audiences interpret and connect with complex stories, objects and environments often through audio. Alyson will be delivering a session at MEX as part of Pathway #9, looking at ways in which audio and tactility can shape mobile experience drawing on examples from cultural organisations from around the world. Alyson has spent over 20 years designing mobile experiences much of it using audio. Her achievements include devising the content experience for the BAFTA winning Tate Handheld Guide and the UK's first museum app - Love Art for the National Gallery.
Lindsey works with cultural and historic organisations, helping them to use mobile's unique capacity to deepen engagement through learning and play. She will be delivering a session at MEX as part of Pathway #9, looking at ways in which audio and tactility can shape mobile experience, drawing on examples from cultural organisations from around the world. Lindsey has more than decade of experience in digital, creative learning and mobile user experience design. She has worked with some of the most innovative cultural organisations to deliver some of their most innovative projects, leading projects for Tate, English Heritage, the Science Museum and National Palace Museum, Taipei.
Thinking, Museum, Culture, Mobile, Design, Connections - all at once, most of the time. One half of @FranklyGW bio from Twitter
Working with cultural organisations to use mobile in smart ways. Tweets about mobile, museums, interpretation and play. Tweets by Alyson and Lindsey. bio from Twitter
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