The curator of Tucson’s Jewish History Museum hired me to design and develop a touch-screen exhibit that would showcase cherished objects of the city’s prominent rabbis.
I was responsible for finding a free solution for presenting the exhibit in a “kiosk” mode which restricts user interaction outside of the controlled, intended experience.
Finding a layout that was compelling enough to attract museum visitors, conveyed the curator’s message, and did not overemphasize one exhibit item over the others was a formidable task.
I was able to track down a free chrome browser extension that accomplished the goal of presenting the exhibit in kiosk mode. It was easily implemented.