Cuseum is proud to announce the issuance of United States Patent No. 10,264,392 related to a new method of delivering content based on a user’s location, activity, and emotional response. The company continues to expand its inventive mobile solutions to serve the evolving needs of museums, attractions, and nonprofits.
This year, Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Center for Information Systems Research released a study that showed just how much companies in the commercial sector benefit from having a tech-savvy board. In fact, companies with digitally literate board members significantly outperformed their peers on key metrics:
Technology is rapidly evolving the operations of museums and nonprofits. Now more than ever organizations must keep abreast of the technologies irrevocably changing the way they interact with visitors and administer services. Gartner, the global research and advisory firm, recently predicted the 2019 trends that will accelerate technological progress in years to come. This post examines which trends track with advancements in the museum and nonprofit sectors, providing a prescient glimpse into what the future may hold.
Cuseum is pleased to announce the issuance of United States Patent No. 9,775,003 related to a method of delivering content based on activity and location. Cuseum continues to strengthen its position as a driver of innovation in the museum and nonprofit sectors.
Cuseum announced today the issuance of United States Patent No. 9,723,440 related to a method of delivering content based on activity and location.
Since Cuseum’s founding, the company has been committed to helping its partners succeed with visitor and member engagement as well as driving digital innovation in the cultural and non-profit sector. The first product developed by Cuseum helps museums and public attractions leverage mobile technology to enhance the visitor experience.
Working on digital projects at your museum is a lot like building a house. But just like building a house, there isn’t just one specific way to go about it. If you work at a cultural institution looking to take advantage of the fruits of the digital era, there are many options and paths you can take.
Over the years, we’ve downloaded just about every mobile app that’s been released in the museum sector. We’ve witnessed some amazing, clean, and simple ones. We have also seen many… well, let’s just say “bloated” apps.
It has been an exciting Spring season, packed with blossoming new partnerships and launches! We’re thrilled to announce the launch of the North Carolina Museum of Art’s new mobile guide!
We recently sat down with our friends over at Estimote for a chat about mobile engagement at museums. Read on for rest of the interview!
We’re excited to announce the launch of the Perez Art Museum Miami’s new mobile guide!
After determining the type of experience you’re looking to deliver to your visitors, here comes the next part of the “beacon“ equation: where and how to install the beacons?
As beacons open up new opportunities for engaging with visitors, we want to ensure that everyone’s first experience is the best it can be. Here are a few guiding principles from your friends at Cuseum!
As the digital landscape in the museum space continues to evolve, we’re faced with the ongoing question of how to better serve the visitor. It’s sometimes difficult to navigate through the myriad options; deciphering what is merely a shiny object -vs- what is sustainable and will stand the test of time.
Last week, we were in Minneapolis for one of our favorite annual gatherings: Museum Computer Network.