Museums & Libraries: Create a culture of communication and accessibility.
 

More than half of U.S. museums already offer a mobile experience and it continues to grow, according to the American Alliance of Museums. Visitor engagement is the primary motivation for most “mobile museums,” with marketing and visitor demand as important secondary goals. Our mobile tools offer easy solutions for all of these needs. Speak with one of our sales reps to learn more.

  • Create Customized Guided Tour

    Using a mobile website (mobi), visitors answer questions (e.g. number of hours they have for their visit, preference of sculptures versus paintings) and a customized self-guided tour is created.

  • Learn More or Visitor Questions

    Visitors can learn more about a specific piece on display in a cell phone tour, or text-in to get a link to the related mobile web page.

  • Interactive Games

    Visitors can participate in a joint game (great for groups) such as a scavenger hunt.

  • Timed Entrance Reminders

    Text to remind/alert visitors of their timed entrance into your venue or special exhibition or that a special activity is about to start.

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    A Few Of Our Museum & Library Clients Include:

     
  • American Library Association
  • Mutter Museum
  • Blanton Museum of Art
  • Los Angeles Maritime Museum
  • Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery
  • Boca Raton Museum of Art
  • Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum
  • Fort Collins Museum of Art
  • Norman Rockwell Art Gallery
  • Seattle Museum of Art
  • San Diego Museum of Art
  • J. Paul Getty Museum
  • San Francisco Public Library
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    Fort Collins Museum of Art Engages With 65 and Over Crowd

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    How do you enhance a trip to the art museum for a group of visitors in their golden years? Recently, an exhibition of Norman Rockwell covers from the Saturday Evening Post ran at Fort Collins Museum of Art in September 2015 bringing in a group of visitors largely unfamiliar with guided cellphone tours.

    Lisa Hatchadoorian, Executive Director of the Ft. Collins Museum of Art, introduced the Guide by Cell cell phone audio tour, greeting visitors with instructional handouts and signs throughout the exhibition.

    Patrons loved Guide by Cell's interactive phone tour.

    Director Hatchadoorian stated that the information provided was a great perk. She received positive feedback from patrons. Since beginning the tour in September, “we had 1931 calls.”

    The experience was richer for those who utilized the system.

    Considering that many of the guests were 65+ and this is new technology to the museum, the results have been excellent. Hatchadoorian is excited to use the system again.

     

    How do you enhance a trip to the art museum for a group of visitors in their golden years? Recently, an exhibition of Norman Rockwell covers from the Saturday Evening Post ran at Fort Collins Museum of Art in September 2015 bringing in a group of visitors largely unfamiliar with guided cellphone tours.

    Lisa Hatchadoorian, Executive Director of the Ft. Collins Museum of Art, introduced the Guide by Cell cell phone audio tour, greeting visitors with instructional handouts and signs throughout the exhibition.

    Patrons loved Guide by Cell's interactive phone tour.

    Director Hatchadoorian stated that the information provided was a great perk. She received positive feedback from patrons. Since beginning the tour in September, “we had 1931 calls.”

    The experience was richer for those who utilized the system.

    Considering that many of the guests were 65+ and this is new technology to the museum, the results have been excellent. Hatchadoorian is excited to use the system again.

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    • Free Audio Commentary on your Phone
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    • Free Audio Commentary on your Phone