All posts tagged data

The survey appears in a pop-up window and has a drop-down menu of options. Unfortunately, the option to skip or cancel is bakedin; we can’t make this a required question to complete the transaction.

Building a little data capture into our admissions process

As I mentioned in my previous post about mapping our digital landscape, we’re not letting the lack of CRM completely get us down. We have…

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Visitor Study: ASK Brooklyn Museum

The second evaluation completed by Pratt grad students last semester examined the ways visitors were using ASK. Partially inspired by wanting to know if people were participating…

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A visitor study of "Frida Kahlo" was a perfect project for some of my Pratt grad students.

Visitor Study: Frida Kahlo

In my last post, I posited that although we don’t have a CRM, we are gathering data in the ways we can to help inform…

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Without a unified CRM, the data landscape can look a little bleak. Stephen McMillan (American, born 1949). Zabriskie Point, 1976, 1976. Aquatint on paper, sheet: 22 1/8 x 29 3/4 in. (56.2 x 75.6 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of ADI Gallery, 77.152.2. © artist or artist's estate (Photo: Image courtesy of Stephen McMillan, CUR.77.152.2_StephenMcmillan_photograph.jpg

Mapping the Data Landscape (Without a CRM)

One of my personal and professional goals for the Visitor Experience and Engagement department is to make more data-driven decisions. We’ve written A LOT about…

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Data review meeting between the ASK team and our curators in European art.

Sleuthing Clues about the Future from Visitor Interaction

Things have been pretty quiet over here for a while—have you noticed?  We had been blogging our progress on ASK weekly and in my last post…

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