Building Organizational User Experience Capacity in Museums

Building Organizational User Experience Capacity in Museums

Craig MacDonald and Elena Villaespesa

School of Information

Despite the rapid growth in the User Experience (UX) industry, many museums and cultural heritage institutions struggle to apply UX methods due to a misunderstanding of key UX principles, an inability to provide sufficient resources to support UX work, or some combination thereof.

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Librarians

Physical computing devices, such as sensors, microcontrollers, and low-cost single board computers (e.g. Raspberry Pi, Arduino), have found a natural home within the library makerspace.

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Say it with an Emoji

Say it with an Emoji

Olivia Turpin, MS Information Experience Design '22

School of Information

Say it with an Emoji: Mapping Sentiment During the #MeToo Twitter Movement is a data visualization project that explores how we use emojis to communicate sentiment online.

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The New Normal: Best Practices for Virtual Learning Communities in a Hybrid World

The New Normal: Best Practices for Virtual Learning Communities in a Hybrid World

Christine Tenny, MS Data Analytics and Visualization '22; Christy Laperriere, MS Information Experience Design '22, and Eesha Parasnis, MS Information Experience Design '23

School of Information

With the 2022 school year representing a turn towards a hybrid model, The New Normal: Best Practices for Virtual Learning Communities in a Hybrid World was an opportunity to track these findings to understand how they could be mitigated in the future should the Institute ever have to return to a fully remote model of learning and educating.

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The Semantic Lab

The Semantic Lab

M. Cristina Pattuelli

School of Information

The Semantic Lab at Pratt uses linked open data to facilitate digital arts and humanities research.

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