Design thinking for equity in a national park: an interview with Sarah Minegar of the Morristown National Historical Park
This month I interviewed Sarah Minegar of the Morristown National Historical Park Museum & Library. We talked about the challenges of bringing design thinking into a National Park, adopting an audience-centered dialogue, and how design thinking can create more equitable spaces.
How the Computer History Museum is using human-centered design to develop a new education center
The Computer History Museum, in collaboration with the design firm IDEO, is using human-centered design methods to research the needs of local communities, generate creative concepts, and build consensus for a new Education Center opening in fall 2017.
Co-creating a new museum with the community: an interview with Laura Musgrave of Coventry Transport Museum
The Coventry Transport Museum in England recently underwent a massive redevelopment effort, involving the community in an effort to better tell the stories of the people of Coventry. I spoke with Laura Musgrave from the Museum to learn more about their human-centered design process.
Embedded participatory design: 5 principles for designing with and in communities
This guest post by Maryanna Rogers explores how museums and cultural organizations are looking outside their walls and co-designing public space with their communities.