Alex, our UK representative, recently attended the CultureGeek online conference. His report highlights one of the sessions he found interesting which discussed the redesign of the collections website of London’s Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A).
You do not need a physical link to your local network to connect to Vernon CMS. Whether you are working from home or in a remote storeroom, you can access Vernon CMS with an internet connection.
This newsletter highlights recent developments with the Browser module. First we introduce new features in Browser Version 6 and then show how Tairāwhiti Museum has added multi-lingual navigation to their online collection and how the Australian Ballet uses the Browser module to allow all staff internal access to their database.
In keeping with their core principles the Tairawhiti Museum uses both Te Reo (Maori) and English in their website.
Vernon Browser has been implemented as an intranet site for staff at The Australian Ballet to search the production assets via colour, keyword search, Google API generated tags, Production name, TAB Premiere date, dancer, designer and choreographer.