Workflowy? What on earth is that? Sounds funny, doesn’t it? That’s exactly what I thought when my husband showed me a promotional video for Workflowy, a new, free, online way to (and I quote) “Organize Your Brain”. Workflowy allows you to create a list–a giant list–of everything you can possibly think of. It allows you … Continue reading
Tag Archives: Exhibit Development
Exhibits with Family
As an exhibit developer, my museum visits tend to be a little different than those of the average visitor. I look for typos, ogle beautiful artifact mounts and admire the hard work that goes into artifact preservation and conservation. I smile when I see a video component that clearly tells me how long the video … Continue reading
Too many words! …?
I’ve noticed that my blog posts have been getting longer and longer lately. And, I’m afraid that other people are starting to notice… Therefore, I’m going to try my darndest to keep my blog posts short, sweet, and one minute long (excluding videos or external links). This dilemma reminds me of exhibit writing. Curators and … Continue reading
Exhibits as a Business
Yesterday (2/15/2011), I had the opportunity to chat with Michael Libbie of Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications on his internet radio program, Insight on Business. We talked about Exhibitsmith and the “business” of exhibits. I had a wonderful time talking about my current projects, exhibit development, ethics, and a few personal tidbits (just for fun). … Continue reading