How to build websites for users with different needs
Jan02

How to build websites for users with different needs

How to make design decisions for different users What happens when you need to design an application or a website for a set of users, but each of those users want very different things? Samuel Fry describes how he responded to that challenge. A while ago, I was working on a project that involved designing different experiences for different users. The tool that we were creating intended to help users conduct daily tasks in their...

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Art and Technology Highlights of 2016
Dec31

Art and Technology Highlights of 2016

Art and Technology Review of 2016 Marcus Lilley summarises his highlights in the areas of art and technology from 2016. This is final Create Hub article for 2016 and its been a privilege to share and discuss my observations, thoughts and interests surround the arts and technology throughout 2016. I wanted to finish off my final article of the year with some of my favourite links, clips and highlights from 2016 for you to enjoy over...

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How Much Content Is ‘Enough’?
Dec30

How Much Content Is ‘Enough’?

Giving your audience the ‘Right’ amount of content Rebecca Bartlett explains why it is important to know your audience when thinking about the type and amount of content that you give them. A project we worked on recently had a bit of a setback when the project sponsor expressed surprise that there were only “120” pieces of archive content in their new app. His team was a little disappointed, as they had been scanning,...

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Arts Impact Fund Invests £1.9 Million to Grow Commercial Ventures
Nov20

Arts Impact Fund Invests £1.9 Million to Grow Commercial Ventures

Arts Impact Fund invests a further £1.9 million in sector and points to growth in commercial ventures The Arts Impact Fund today announces a further £1.9 million investment in five arts and culture organisations in England and reveals a trend towards cross subsidy models within the sector – in which commercial activity subsidises organisations’ work. More than £3 million of loan finance from the £7 million Arts Impact Fund has...

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The Human Touch: Artificial Intelligence and Art
Nov16

The Human Touch: Artificial Intelligence and Art

The human effort involved in creating art with artificial intelligence. Is there a human side to AI-produced art? Amy Haddad describes the process and presentation of Artificially Intelligent Art. It’s increasingly common to use artificial intelligence (AI) in art. Google has popularized this process with its platform, Deep Dream Generator. What began as a way to help engineers and scientists understand artificial neural networks, a...

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A Centre for Digital Communication, Experimentation and Ideas
Nov14

A Centre for Digital Communication, Experimentation and Ideas

A multi-purpose arts venue with track record of adapting to change Marcus Lilley writes about the reopening of Riverside Studios. “Our digital ambition will be to help bring the work of arts organisations around the country to new audiences. Riverside will support the turning point in how audiences experience performing arts using all forms of modern technology.” This is a statement of intent from the newly rebuilt Riverside...

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