MTG Hawkes Bay has recently upgraded to version 6 of Vernon Browser. The work that has been done to share their collection online can now be re-used for visitors to the physical venue. A large touch-screen table has been installed in the gallery, with the Bird’s Eye View as the home page.
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.
Building Buy-in: Digital Project Management Tools at The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
While the O’Keeffe’s Curatorial team started using Wrike in 2013, it struggled to make it stick. I was hired as Curatorial Project Coordinator in 2016, and charged with building system use and buy-in.
Switching CMS: Or, how I learned to stop worrying and love the data transfer
The two parts of our collections are much better integrated; we have an excellent web browser that’s the envy of many of our immediate sector peers and my team have been consistently impressed by the technical and customer support from the Vernon team. It has absolutely been worth it even it wasn’t always pain-free.
Building a microsite for the Sarjeant Gallery
there was an urgent need for online access to the collection as the temporary exhibition space is significantly restricted.
This posed a challenge with limited resources available