How to Put Museum Calendars on the Web – part 1: Times

Written by Dr Greg Turner
Published on 9 Feb 2018

Just when you think you’ve thought of everything, someone asks for repeating events across different time zones, excluding public holidays.

So you want to put events on your website. You quickly knock together a program that stores events with some basic information: title, date, time, location, description. Then you make a list of events, sorted by date. Job done ...


Organising A Museum Website – Sitemap Best Practice

Written by Dr Timothy Mansfield
Published on 7 Dec 2017

A museum website contains a vast amount of detailed information, from previews of collections and exhibits, to visitor guides, research, and donor lists. Content must be structured in a logical fashion so that users can find what they need without a clunky or overwhelming site design. Important information has to be accessible and not hidden in the recesses of the ...


SFMOMA site launched!

Written by Pili Mitchell
Published on 29 Oct 2015

It’s been many months of hard work in the making, and in the hearts and imaginations of some, many years. The day is finally here when we can announce the launch of SFMOMA’s new website. Cue well-earned cheering and fanfare.

This is a project of which we’re incredibly proud. SFMOMA is a big international institution that is ...




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