Web Accessibility – Final Deliverables

1) A copy of your final presentation:
here’s a link to our final presentation: MA_FinalPresentation

2) A current project summary
Our project is designed with the goal of being able to translate the experience design that exists within the museum walls, to that of the online infrastructure. We believe that by creating a series of best practices for the online experience, we can extend the museum mission, and bring the education that the museum has to offer to a broader audience. In order to make this happen, we are creating a series of best practices that are designed for museum and creative professionals. We are using the Metropolitan Museum as a starting point, so that we can learn the fundamental tools and approaches that can be extended to other cultural institutions.

3) 5-10 photos that best represent your project (10 would be best, as it would give us the most to work with):
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prototype
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4) Any URLs that we should link to (i.e. project website, personal websites of each participant, etc.)

link to the project websites: http://accessiblemuseum.com

link to the final motion piece (description of our whole project):https://vimeo.com/81630913

And to the personal websites/portfolio of each participant:

Kamilla Kielbowska: http://kamillakielbowska.com

Meagan Durlak: http://meagandurlak.com

Ye Han: http://yehandesign.wordpress.com

 

 

[first prototype]Web Accessibility

WebAccessibility_Prototype

this is our presentation slides for our first prototype by Kamilla, Meg and Ye

Project Pitch

Web Accessibility presentation by Meg, Ye, and Kamilla

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