Museums are always inventing methods to get their visitors to participate in exhibition evaluation. This experimental research aims to utilize interactive smart technology to get real time feedback from visitors in new technology exhibition spaces. How can the many stakeholders in a museum easily get access to visitor feedback as data that is meaningful and engaging information.
Dr Anita Kocsis at the Faculty of Design, Swinburne University has developed new methods to better understand visitor’s response to new technology spaces. She has engaged with a group of professional digital UX designers to help extend her vision with a series of smart technology apps. My role as design lead in this group is to develop the user testing in conjunction with the brand identity that works across the domain of research and international museums. Recent updates include Asian language versions.