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Custom mobile experiences that highlight your space without distracting from it.
Encurate is an energetic team of experts from cultural spaces and technology backgrounds who believe cultural institutions are a critical component of today’s society and are underrepresented in the world of mobile technology. Our team provides museums and cultural spaces with authentic mobile options. Using formative research strategies and with years of experience, our mission is to create a mobile option for your institution that is affordable, maintainable, and relevant to both the institution and it’s visitor.
No Wifi? No Problem. Beacon technology uses Low Energy Bluetooth to send content to your app.
Easily capture data to help your institution continue to grow and serve it's visitors.
Welcome to the House Museum!
Effective Mobile Technology for Museums and Cultural Spaces
Content Management System
Our custom designed content management system was created by museum professionals, for museum professionals. Easily and quickly edit your app's content with features like drag and drop, text editing without coding, and clear templates while you revise.
Log into an analytical dashboard that displays the quantitative data necessary for grant writing and evaluation. Easy to read graphs and charts will save your institution time and money by providing important visitor information.
Strengthen digital interaction with visitors by using integrated social media. Visitors can post, upload, and interact with collections and artifacts via social media, allowing the institution the ability to understand what they're enjoying most.
No Wi-Fi, No Problem. Using Bluetooth enabled beacons allows spaces without Wi-Fi or limited Wi-Fi connections to have a seamless, wireless experience. Create tours from additional content or narratives that are sent to visitors' devices via push notifications and more.
Everyone is on their phone. They're using them to engage whether we provide the app or not.
- Rich Cherry, Deputy Director of The Broad Museum in Los Angeles, CA.
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