Greek and Roman Study Gallery Kiosks

Electronic labels and wayfinding for hundreds of objects in the Met's Greek & Roman study gallery. Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2006


The first permanent interactive devices ever installed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, these kiosks were designed to house, display, and surface label content for the hundreds of objects contained in the Met’s Greek & Roman study gallery. Working in direct partnership with curators from the Greek & Roman department, I developed the project requirements and workplan, identified a design partner (Potion Design), managed the development of the final interface design, worked with database administrators in the Met’s IS&T department to develop an update protocol, and worked with the Met’s design department on the design and fabrication of the casework for the kiosks.