Today I have been at the Designing for community-powered digital transformations workshop at Tate Britain, London. The day focused on how different types of digital transformations are forcing cultural and media organisations to adapt to a new environment in which communities of participants want to interact, to create, and curate. I was speaking about “Putting the Visitors first” in order to design better, more user friendly, digital experiences in Museums. I used examples from the Social Interpretation project at IWM and the QRator project at the Grant Museum. My prezi is below. Its a bit of hack of an earlier presentation I did with Tom about the Social Interpretation project. The prezi might not make sense without the notes, but the pictures are pretty to look at ! Most of them taken from IWM’s Collection Online. Nicola Osborne has done a brilliant live blog of the day. I honestly dont know how she does it! speed demon when it comes to typing! I’ll have a think about my notes and write them up over the next couple of days.