Is that a studio in your pocket? (or “awesome apps for audio”)

This post is part of a series of “do it yourself” articles by Glenn Forsythe, Chief Soundscape Architect here at TourSphere. We hope you find it helpful when creating your own audio and video content! Are you creating an audio tour or recording some audio interviews? I have good news! You need look no further … Continue reading Is that a studio in your pocket? (or “awesome apps for audio”)

Bringing Stories to Life makes Ed Rodley Happy to be Alive

This interview is part of our “Thought Leader” series, where we get inside the heads of the best and brightest in the museum & technology world. Ed Rodley Exhibit Developer @ Museum of Science, Boston Ed was born, went to school, started working at a museum. He's still at it and is showing no signs of … Continue reading Bringing Stories to Life makes Ed Rodley Happy to be Alive

5 Reason to have a Survey in Your Mobile App

It still surprises me that many museums and organizations don't put surveys or questionnaires in their app. Here are 5 reasons a short survey is a must-have in a mobile app: $$$ - Grants, Grants, Grants!  Most of our clients who fund their app through a grant are required to provide metrics and survey results. Feedback … Continue reading 5 Reason to have a Survey in Your Mobile App

Can Do… Can Do… How to Start a Game Project.

Guest Blogger:  Kellian Adams Kellian Adams has worked on over a hundred games with institutions across the US and Europe including the Smithsonian, the Met and the Science Museum of London. She was the senior producer forActiveChinese.com, the director of the museums division of SCVNGR and now runs Green Door Labs,www.greendoorlabs.com a gaming studio that focuses … Continue reading Can Do… Can Do… How to Start a Game Project.