The annual international gathering that is Museums and the Web has just passed and this year we were lucky enough to win one of the Best of the Web Awards in the Research/Collections category.
We are especially proud of this award because it represents critical evaluation by our peers. And we love that they called out its tone, experimental nature, and its early alpha release. These are exactly the qualities that we believe offer the most to others in the field – something that shiny, polished, and ‘finished’ projects often don’t. What we are doing can (and perhaps, should) be copied by others.
We dedicate the award to Bill Moggridge and we’d like to particularly thank the generosity of curatorial and registration staff in letting us experiment to try re-inventing the collections online paradigm – a task that is far from over.
Congratulations to all the other winners – it is nice to be in such great company!
Congrats! Well deserved.
Congratulations! Fantastic to be rewarded in such a way.
Pingback: Getting out there: a bias towards action | Design Thinking for Museums
Pingback: [this is aaronland] you'll design thank us in the morning