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Rethinking What’s On: Online events listings at National Museums Scotland | National Museums Scotland Blog
Organisations inevitably have competing priorities when it comes to their event programmes. ENO for example has a beautiful what’s on section featuring glossy images of the season’s big hitters. In fact, their What’s On page is essentially the same as the homepage. A similar approach may not work for a small museum with a broader range of free events (although the concept of “selling” key messages/events is always important);
museum  planning  ux  contentstrategy  via:sarapasch 
september 2016 by dirtystylus

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