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How to gather data to show how visitors really use your site-specific features

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In this post we show how you can capture useful data that shows how your visitors are using features that are unique to your site. This is something that you can’t get from out-of-the-box Google reports. Google Analytics is great for all sorts of useful general stats. However, your services will always have unique features. We show how it is […]

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Funeral of a Swallow: Attaché Case by Studio Ruuger

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‘Exclusivity’ is one of twenty-one terms employed throughout What is Luxury? These terms, non-hierarchical and far from providing a comprehensive set of definitions, serve as an entry-point into the complex subject of the exhibition and a tool for interpreting objects which could be described as luxury as a result of the context of their production. […]

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Call for applications: V&A Samsung Korean Digital Art Residency

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  We are delighted to announce that we have just issued an open call for applications for artists with Korean nationality (based in the UK and internationally) working with digital media (including moving image, webtoons, games, interactive art, software and Internet art).   The V&A Samsung Korean Digital Art Residency will be based in the […]

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Building the DeepZoom: Concept to Creation

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The V&A has a wealth of creative talent within its walls, one of these areas is within the artists in residency program. Last month we said goodbye to Liam O’Connor, who spent the last year as our drawing artist in resident, specifically working on the Exhibition Road Building Project. Towards the end of Liam’s residency […]

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What is it like to use Cleveland Museum of Art’s Gallery One?

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In February 2015, I participated in an ideas workshop organised by the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA). This explored how their famous Gallery One experience had resonated with audiences since it was launched two years earlier, and how the service might be developed in the future A major requirement of this was that workshop participants actually used the in-gallery interactives – […]

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Concept to Catwalk Final at the Olympic Park

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  Last week, students from across London displayed designs inspired by London and V&A at a glamorous event at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. With close to a thousand students entering the competition, seven finalist teams worked with mentors from Central Saint Martins’ MA Material Futures to create stunning pieces that brought together London influences, […]

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Samsung Digital Classroom with Oliver Lang

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Photography has never been so popular and the opportunities for people to share their work has never been greater. Powerful new mobile devices encapsulate the old photographers’ axiom of, “The best camera to use is the one you have with you”. A quick look through Instagram will show you how photographers are using the freedom […]

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The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day No.28

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The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day No.28 The most appropriate up to date technology font for a dry cleaners.  I’m sure their name didn’t have the same connotations when they opened either.  Finchley N3.     ©Barnaby Barford 2014

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11 Tips for Writing a Killer Proposal

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Between Christmas and New Year, colleagues and I had the pleasure of combing through 33 responses to a request for proposal we posted through the OJEU (that’s a European procurement framework, if you’ve not yet had the pleasure…) I’m not being sarcastic: over the course of that week, we saw some incredible proposals and some […]

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Technical collaboration guidelines

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When you work with external creative partners and developers, how do you get all the new stuff to work with the existing tech? Collaboration has to be key and so, we’re trying out a set of fluid guidelines that we hope will make it easier to balance the needs of commissioners and suppliers. They’re available […]

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