Blog post about the Whitney’s first open access data release.
Blog post about Sunrise/Sunset, and letting artists do what they want with whitney.org.
Q: what is michaelbot?
A: square adjust placement and save each one alone or something Holy cow I love it
(michaelbot is a TensorFlow ML model served by Flask, trained on texts parsed from iMessage, that crashes a lot on an undersized server)
Blog post about updating the API that feeds the Whitney’s online collection.
Blog post about the Whitney Museum’s use of QR codes as an entry point into interpretive materials.
Blog post about developing and quietly launching a new and improved version of the Whitney’s online collection.
Blog post written by Sofie Andersen on a Progressive Web App we developed to replace our existing audio guides, and align the online experience with the in-person one.
Blog post on Whitney Digital covering some of the ways we look at our online exhibition data, and single question surveys.
I was part of a presentation at MCN 2018 on a visitor motivation survey (VMS) we ran on whitney.org. As a group we covered the context of motivation-based surveys at museums and some key learnings for the Whitney, both in results and in strategy.
Blog post on Whitney Digital that discusses the design and development process for a feature aimed at giving users an at-a-glance view of what’s going on at the museum.