When we’re starting with new clients we get a lot of the same great questions. How many beacons will I need in my space? How do we create tours? Does the visitor pay to download our app? But almost always, museums express a concern that a mobile app isn’t for their vis...

We loved being in Iowa a few weeks ago for the Association of Midwest Museums Conference! We had a wonderful time in Des Moines: the weather was beautiful (a nice getaway from the storms we were having in Chicago!), and we were able to check out the charming downtown a...

We had an inspiring and productive week at the Museums and the Web Annual Conference hosted in Cleveland this past weekend. It’s always great to see familiar friends and colleagues and even better to make new ones! Our itinerary this year was jam-packed: we were in the...

Mobile apps in museums should serve two groups of people: the visitor using the app and the museum providing it. However, if the mobile app doesn’t adequately serve the visitor first, the museum can’t use it to its full potential; including growing their space and maki...

Priceless artifacts aren’t the only invaluable components of museums; volunteers and docents are an irreplaceable force in many of our favorite cultural spaces.   Often these people provide an unforgettable experience for visitors. Their stories and familiarity with ob...

2016 was fast-paced and exciting for the Encurate office: filled with ‘firsts’, new friends and colleagues, and so many huge steps forward in offering our clients the best tools to create their own custom mobile apps!  Here in Chicago, we had a great time releasing the...

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