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