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The World Beach Project: A Creative Contributory Project that Shines

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This article evaluates why the interaction design of the project enabled it’s success …

There are lots of museums … looking for ways to inspire users and visitors to produce their own content and share it with the institution online… The World Beach Project is managed by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London with artist-in-residence Sue Lawty… In the first two years of its existence (Oct 2007 – now), the World Beach Project received more than 700 contributions…

via Museum 2.0: The World Beach Project: A Creative Contributory Project that Shines.

We have had some similar issues to deal with in the public-art project I am working on that is in a live beta test now: Our Oakland: Eastside Stories. Log in and leave a story. I am also starting work with the Oakland Museum of California on some interactive projects for their soon-to-be-launched Drupal-based website.

View the project itself.

I notice the museum uses “Percussion Rhythmyx“. Yet another CMS – there are so many.

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