The iBeholder pilot programme was developed to help discover new ways to gather audience data for non-ticketed visual arts organisations and boost the audience experience. thrive, Northern Ireland’s audience development agency details everything that happened throughout the project and the insights uncovered.
Resources tagged with Technology
1. Introduction Digital technology is transforming how people connect with the histories, objects and places that mean the most to them. Heritage professionals rely on technology to perform most of their daily tasks. You need the right technology, people and processes in place to drive digital innovation and support day-to-day operations in your organisation. That’s … Read more
This report for UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) creates an important new framework for exploring different audiences in different market segments and how they behave around immersive content. It helps build a better understanding of current and future audiences, how to attract them, retain them, and, importantly, how to grow them.
In the first of a series of three articles, Elliot Mark Senior Copywriter at Ecommerce Platforms looks at why making better use of technology — specifically cloud technology — is the key to remote-working success.
Like so many industries, arts and cultural organisations are experiencing a rapid digital transformation. Consumer expectations are changing quickly – it is no longer a novelty to have an app or to incorporate technology as part of the in-person experience. Plus, amidst the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation, many organisations are shifting their operations online. Produced by … Read more
Innovators Blast Theory take us through their development of Gift that lets visitors use their smart phone to create a digital gift and send it to the one they love.
The fourth edition of Now, New and Next from Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy is full of commentary and opinion on how technology is impacting fundraising, the charity and arts sector.
Cuseum take a look at video live streams as an engagement tool for museums.
Russell Willis Taylor promotes collaboration, placing a value on employees (as well as audiences) and embracing the potential of new technology and data analysis in this thought-provoking keynote.
Is it just possible that technology might be alienating our audiences and creating a barrier to the arts? ICT is used to develop advertising and marketing strategies and to enhance sales and provide customers with information, but are computers getting in the way? This article argues that it is possible to do technology well – … Read more