Here are a selection of websites built using Vernon Browser. Each individual client has customised Vernon Browser to fit their own branding and selection of features.
The Sarjeant Gallery site allows you to explore their collection by colour and computer tags (from Google Vision). The artwork detail page also includes a natural language introduction which is computer generated. The website won the “Digital Exhibition or Collection” award at New Zealand’s National Digital Forum 2017 conference.
Te Whare Taonga ō Taketake / Whakatāne Museum’s collections include significant examples of Taonga Māori, a comprehensive collection of archival material from the Whakatāne District and the Bay of Plenty region, and an extensive photographic collection covering the physical and social history of the past century. They have incorporated bilingual (English/Māori) menus, home page content, and field labels.
The Historic Dockyard in Chatham, UK, have shared highlights from their collection, including items recovered from the wreck of the Invincible (1758). Explore their collection by object classifications and materials.
The museum’s collection focuses on American art from the 18th century to the present, with a special emphasis on artists who have lived or worked in Maine. Over 5,000 are searchable on the museum’s collection database.
The Nelson Provincial Museum’s collection is an extensive record of the region’s social history and New Zealand’s development. 200,000 items are accessible through the online collection. The collection includes photography from the 1860s to the present, maps and architectural plans, books and publications, archives and general social history items.
Explore over 140,000 items from Puke Ariki, the cultural hub for New Plymouth and the surrounding region. Puke Ariki’s collections including objects, papers, images and taonga.
The Frick Pittsburgh is a responsive website with great examples of highlight sets being used to help the visitors navigate the collection.
Bendigo Art Gallery is one of the oldest and largest regional galleries in Australia, established in 1887. The collection has an emphasis on 19th century European art and Australian art from the 1800’s, alongside a strong collection of contemporary Australian art. The collection includes painting, sculpture, ceramics, decorative arts, photography, works on paper, and Australian art.
Canterbury Museum’s collection connects to the Canterbury region of New Zealand and to wider New Zealand history. The Museum has significant items from contemporary events such as the 2010/2011 Canterbury earthquakes.
The Highlights feature can be used to group small subsets of records that illustrate a theme.
Auckland Art Gallery have developed a sophisticated bespoke site using the Vernon Browser API. They publish detailed artwork, archive and artist records. This solution requires considerable work from a 3rd-party web developer .
Also responsive, Hagley Museum and Library website shows the comprehensive search options. Follow the Advanced Search link to see these search options.