If you want the public to stay up-to-date on your gallery shows and have easy access to your information, See Saw may be the app for you.
Audience preference to interact and discover in a socially active environment can be supported with thoughtful integration of mobile social media.
Founded in 2008 and launched publicly in 2011, Asana is a website and mobile application that gives users a single medium to create, view, and collaborate on tasks and projects.
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Contributor Jana Fredricks hosts the newest installment of the Tech In the Arts Podcast series. Four micro-interviews with Pittsburgh based arts leaders and their thoughts on technologies that are changing their fields.
In the age of “fake news,” and seemingly endless internet content, aggregators and RSS platforms become a great way to consume the news we trust. There are many available content-feeds, but one of the longstanding companies to streamline content is Flipboard.
We've been researching how arts managers should be using artificial intelligence. As a start, here is a (brief) automated history of the technology. Study up!
‘Seeing AI’ is a free iPhone app designed to aid low-vision individuals in understanding and navigating the environment around them. The app’s software integrates use of the built-in camera to recognize people, specific items, or a general environment around the user.
Data, data all around. All this data, and what to do with it? Arts nonprofits around the country are working diligently to leverage attendance figures, donation reports, CRM systems, and social media analytics to make the most of their data. Reports are downloaded, numbers are crunched, and well-formatted excel sheets are made to identify trends and communicate organizational goals. When it comes to sharing this information with internal stakeholders, however, a picture really is worth 1,000 words (or in this case, numbers). Tableau is a business intelligence (BI) software that turns those facts and figures into accessible visual graphics, and is worth considering for your organization’s data-crunching needs.
Blockchain originated in the world of cryptocurrencies, but its applications are expansive. This post focuses on solely on some of the most relevant applications for the arts.