December 2014 Staff News Naomi Boult joins Vernon Systems Naomi has worked in the Culture and Heritage sector since 2005, predominantly in the field of Collection Management. She has a background in Art History and Museum Studies and has worked for Toitū Otago Settlers Museum and Museums Wellington. Naomi joined the Documentation Team in October 2014. National Digital Forum conference – Top 10 Projects Paul and Charles attended the National Digital Forum conference in Wellington. Paul has written up a
McNay Art Museum, in San Antonio, Texas, have launched their new website. Part of the redesign has involved updating their online collection using our Vernon Browser module. The new branding has been developed by design company Giles-Pascale. The new website includes the option to filter searches to only works on display. This is done using the location reason data back in Vernon CMS. If the work is marked as being on temporary or permanent exhibition then it is flagged as
Our annual Australasian user group meetings were a great success in September. Queensland Museum hosted the Australian meeting, while the New Zealand meeting was held in an Auckland conference centre. 23 people from around Australia attended the Brisbane User Group meeting on September 10th/11th. Kate showed the new features in Vernon CMS 8.0. Paul gave presentations on digital asset management (DAM) features in Vernon CMS, how Vernon CMS can integrate with 3rd party DAMs, and online collection projects we have
Version 8.0 includes many changes to better support library and archive collections, including new data entry screens, data fields and export formats. Importantly, it also includes an upgrade to the underlying database that Vernon CMS is built on, OpenInsight.
Press Release: Murwillumbah a ‘unique’ cultural hub after museum opens Hundreds celebrate museum expansion