Gallery Local Kiosk


Visitors come to beautiful Colorado every year to discover outdoor adventures in the snow, hiking to summits, discovering wildflowers and natural wildlife. There also happen to be an abundance of local photographers that have captured breathtakingly beautiful photographs of landscapes that surround us in this most colorful state.

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Digital Curb Cut


Accessible Online Learning for Museums Problem to Solve In the 1990’s, anti-discrimination legislation in the United States and abroad mandated that museums and cultural institutions adapt their exhibitions and facilities to provide access to persons of all abilities. Today, the access challenges facing museums are digital; technology has the ability to provide unprecedented access to

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Mathematica Visitor Study


A World of Numbers and Beyond Prepared for the Boston Museum of Science Contributions by Wendy Constantine, Daniel Elias, Gwen Frankfeldt, Abby Haskell, Bronwyn Low, and Lesley Schoenfeld Problem to Solve The compact and visually elegant exhibition Mathematica: A World of Numbers and Beyond was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1961 and continues

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Art History for Mere Mortals


Deconstructing the Entire History of Art Problem to Solve Turning off the lights in an art history class can be a great excuse to take a nap. The glow of the projected images and drone of the professor’s voice can induce a type of coma, where your eyes feel too heavy and brain can’t quite

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Active Listening


Visualizing Musical Patterns Problem to Solve For many years, our editorial team contracted with freelance developers to build interactive guides for college level music appreciation courses. The process of preparing and reviewing content for the guides was frustrating and time consuming for all involved. Authors of the music textbooks were rightly focused on publication deadlines

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