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  • 1. CUSTOMERCURIOSITY
  • 2. HTTP://BIT.LY/RCURIOUS@NINAKSIMONNINA@MUSEUMTWO.COM
  • 3. where i live
  • 4. what i dothis is your
  • 5. what i didbalboa park online collaborativeboston children’s museumcalgary science centerchabot space science centerchicago history museumdenver art museumexperience music projectgirls math and science partnershipinternational spy museummonterey bay aquariummuseu picassooakland museumqueensland state librarySFMOMAsmithsonian museum of natural historystatens museum for kunst
  • 6. what i focus onAuthority is content provider Authority is platform provider
  • 7. what makes you curious? AGENDApersonalize asking the right questions creating meaningful profilessocialize designing social experiences
  • 8. what makes you curious? AGENDApersonalize asking the right questions creating meaningful profilessocialize designing social experiences
  • 9. WHAT MAKESYOU CURIOUS?
  • 10. what makes you curious? AGENDApersonalize asking the right questions creating meaningful profilessocialize designing social experiences
  • 11. LET’S GETPERSONAL
  • 12. less like this more like this Photo by cybertoad on Flickr
  • 13. ?HOW DO YOU DESIGN THIS?
  • 14. WHERE WERE YOU LAST NIGHT?
  • 15. PHOTO BY NATHANINSANDIEGO, FLICKR (HTTP://WWW.FLICKR.COM/PHOTOS/NATHANINSANDIEGO/3455796359/)
  • 16. WHAT IS NANOTECHNOLOGY?
  • 17. LESSON 1:MAKE SURE YOU CARE ABOUTTHE ANSWER. TO YOUR QUESTION.
  • 18. Write down a question for which you have a genuine interest inknowing other peoples’ answers. Really.
  • 19. LESSON 2:MAKE THE QUESTION PERSONAL.
  • 20. NATIONAL CONSTITUTION CENTER
  • 21. From “Accessing and Incorporating Visitors’ Entrance Narratives in Guided Museum Tours,” Curator 52
  • 22. First three minutes spent discussing visitors’ previous experiences with trees. Discussion lightly woven into tour. First three minutes spent chatting in a friendly way before the tour begins.From “Accessing and Incorporating Visitors’ Entrance Narratives in Guided Museum Tours,” Curator 52
  • 23. From “Accessing and Incorporating Visitors’ Entrance Narratives in Guided Museum Tours,” Curator 52
  • 24. higher engagement better experience more content retentionFrom “Accessing and Incorporating Visitors’ Entrance Narratives in Guided Museum Tours,” Curator 52
  • 25. higher engagement better experience more content retention similar to control groupFrom “Accessing and Incorporating Visitors’ Entrance Narratives in Guided Museum Tours,” Curator 52
  • 26. LESSON 3:ASK SPECULATIVE QUESTIONS.
  • 27. FRAMES EXPERIENCESPECULATIVE WOULD YOU GO TO MARS? PERSONAL
  • 28. What do you really want to know about your customers?What one piece of informationwould allow you to better ignite their curiosity?
  • 29. Photo by Jessie Cutts on Flickr
  • 30. constrained profiles
  • 31. aspirational profiles Ro ck Pu nk
  • 32. Build a profile for your customers.Create a functional prototype.Consider: How will you motivate people to participate? What will you do with their profile information? What can people do with their profiles?
  • 33. what makes you curious? BREAKpersonalize asking the right questions creating meaningful profilessocialize designing social experiences
  • 34. GOINGSOCIAL
  • 35. what’s a social object? “social networks consist of people who are connected by a shared object” - Jyri Engeström, 2005 flickr
  • 36. photo by DG Jones on Flickr
  • 37. Science Museum of Minnesota Photo by Terry Gydesen
  • 38. photo by mattwi1s0n on Flickr
  • 39. I’ve never had a gay friend. It was unbelievablyexciting to find myself facing him with his body,opinions and identity. It seems he was not verydifferent from me and especially he was not analien. From now on, I will not disrupt mycommunication with the gays, I will enhance it. - Reader in Istanbul, 2007
  • 40. what are the social objects in your world?
  • 41. assignment: social object huntFind an object or place that can serve as a connector among different people.
  • 42. how can we make our spaces more social?
  • 43. selecting Smithsonian American Art Museum
  • 44. being creative Powerhouse Museum
  • 45. sharing memories Denver Art Museum
  • 46. sharing memories
  • 47. sharing memories
  • 48. sharing experiences Chicago Children’s Museum
  • 49. make it sociableFind an object, place, or experiencethat can serve as a connector amongdifferent people. Develop strategies forhow people can share that experience.
  • 50. KEEP IN TOUCHNINA@MUSEUMTWO.COM @NINAKSIMON