Last month, I got the opportunity to spend two action packed days at the 2019 Immersive Design Summit in San Francisco. If you’ve followed my
I explore and refine the dialectical relationship between design and tradition, which can be seen as the distinctions between reflective and non-reflective practice.
What I find powerful about looking at the full stack of software platforms and services, is that it frees you from the mental constraint of the gallery, or the webpage. When you frame is an exhibition, everything looks like a kiosk. Same for good ole’ Web 1.0. The answer is usually a microsite or a web portal.
Curation, stuff, people, meanings. Fear of change vs fear of irrelevance. Framing debates and the need for new frames. That was Part One of this
Vatican Museums, Rome CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 image by Flickr user Fabian Mohr Introduction Visitors and their cameras. I thought I’d finished with this topic awhile