Making a Dino Dance video from MCN 2017

Last November I was in Pittsburgh at the Museums and Computer Network conference, now one of my favorite. I offered a session called Making a Dino Dance: integrating a user-centered design process into a natural history museum, a ten minute overview of our work in FY17 (re: Prototyping Interactive Data Viz: Lessons Learned in FY17). It was a nice opportunity, among peers, to explore how the sausage is made.

The first “slide” is the YouTube video of JUST the audio. All the slides then follow. I recommend you open this page up in two windows – hit play on one to listen to the audio and use the other to click through the slides.

About Barry

The Associate Director For Digital Learning, Youth Initiatives at the American Museum of Natural History.
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