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As experience makers and strategists, we’re always on the lookout for how people and places are evolving. We watch the trends that are rapidly impacting the wider world — big data, political insecurity, wellness — and try to predict what form they’ll take in the cultural sector, but we also peer inside our weird and wonderful world itself to spot the unique trends taking hold.
So far this year, we’ve been soaking in the brightest ideas from trade shows and industry
While some of us are in Miami this week, the European end of ADV heads to Venice for the FEI (Front End of Innovation) conference. Hosted at the beautiful academic setting of the Ca’Foscari University, FEI Venice will bring together innovators from across the world and across disciplines to thrash out important questions and exciting opportunities. With keynote titles like 'Living on the Borderline of Possible and Not Possible' and 'The Attack of the Unexpected', the conference has
A Different View attended the 8th TiLEzone conference at London Transport Museum in March. With an impressive list of guest speakers the conference focused on lessons learnt from the London Olympics, the importance of personalising visitor experiences and emerging opportunities in the Far East. In a series of blogs we share with you some of our insights from our visit to TiLEzone.
Continuum’s Julian Delaney observed how the visitor experience has evolved from gazing at exhibits in glass cases, to
The Center for the Future of Museums issued a report called TrendsWatch 2012: Museums and the Pulse of the Future. In their report, they identified 7 over-arching trends, for US museums in particular. You can download a copy for free using this link: http://www.futureofmuseums.org/reading/publications/TrendsWatch.cfm
While we generally agree with their assessment, we feel that there are a couple other trends out there that need to be watched. Trendwatching.com is another source that we subscribe to. Recently in their July/August newsletter,