• Intervention 4.0 & Interviews: Art Interpretation and Apps?

      Analysis: the outcome of the interviews was quite positive as it confirmed most assumptions I had on the subject. Some people enjoy the liberty of interpreting art on their own as other enjoy the support. In both cases the app idea was welcomed and said would be used if “they were told to do …

  • Intervention 2.0

    The idea is to ask people what they would have to say about the following photography in 140 caracters. I started out with Twitter’s symbolic word count of 140. I then realised that people were able to make it sooo much shorter than that when they had a word count. The outcomes of the intervention …

  • Who’s the 20%? Potential Users

    The DPS (distinct population segment) of 20% will follow the following Segments: Demographic: Gender: Male,Female // Age: 18-30 Behavioral: Awareness: Art/ Usage: Smartphones Geographic: Paris   Secondary research supported the chosen segments:   > How to target the segments: social Media as primary source

  • Museum Apps

    Most of Paris’s famous exhibit centers such as The Centre Pompidou and the Louvre have applications with online audioguides and sources for viewers to prepare and enjoy their visit. Thus when interviewing viewers I realised they didn’t necessarily use the app or even download it.. > How can I get viewers to use tech if …

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