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Innovation in Museums

A typical museum project is 2-4 years in development. What if the museums were designed by virtual teams assembled only for a specific project and the project team is divided into two parts, the Research and Development team and "Off the shelf" team? 70% of most museum projects are repackaging of existing technologies and solutions, while 30% are unique to the project. By having the "Off the shelf" team working on project management of known solutions it frees resources for the Research and Development Team to create innovative solutions.

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Exhibition Mashup?

Artists use museum Art collections in a mashup style , Musicians use other artist's music in a mashup style. What if Science Centers, Children's Museums, created new exhibitions in a mashup style? It could be amazing!

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Working Big to Small

When I am working on a project I am always thinking “Big to Small”.  What are the big things that need to be finished before I can move onto the smaller and then smaller tasks.  It is all to easy to get tied up in the smaller tasks at the …

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A Quick Trip to the Nascar Hall of Fame

"In short, I was impressed. Glory Road, the sweeping exhibit that greets fans as they enter the museum’s Great Hall, features 18 classic Nascar vehicles parked on a track whose banking gradually increases as the cars progress into the modern era. It’s the museum’s green flag, in a sense, and it offers a neat snapshot of the history of stock car racing. Not surprisingly, cars from the sport’s earlier decades — back when they actually looked like stock cars, in other words — were the highlights."

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Tobias Wong

“Killer Ring” By Tobias Wong, Photo Courtesy the New York Times I was saddened to hear of the passing of Tobias Wong. Tobias was a young artist / designer living in New York City. Tobias blurred the lines between Art and Design and made us more aware of the american …

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