Get a touchscreen to enhance your exhibitions and education programmes, offer access to your collection, or collections, ... there are lots of options to offer visitors so they can interact directly with all your organisation has to offer.

  • Position a touchscreen kiosk in busy space so visitors engage and interact with your collection, exhibitions and education programmes. Take them on virtual tours. No need for guides.
  • Highlight recently acquired, and topical, items in your collection.
  • You can also offer more information such as the history of your orgaisation, vision and objectives.
  • Display virtual exhibitions, from current ones to browsing an archive of previous ones.
  • Touchscreens can be available 24 / 7.
  • Once you have a touchscreen you can keep adding more exhibitions, research, programmes, etc.
  • Move it around your display spaces to offer more context relevant information.

Logos Flow believes interactive touchscreens should:

  • Essentially, a touchscreen is there to enhance the visitors experience and offer much more information.
  • Be easy to navigate and locate the information.
  • Offer the visitor a rewarding experience when viewing and finding the content.
  • Be well designed with good use of branding.
  • Entice the visitor to browse for more information.
  • As there is no mouse or keyboard input and the navigation needs to accommodate using your fingers - hence effort is required to get the balance between design and functionality right.
  • Essentially, to offer the user a rewarding experience in locating the information they require and while they are guided through the interactive process.

Interacting with a collection

The touchscreen interface that integrates with the various Logos Flow database products, offering the various easy search and retrieval options. The touchscreen site provides the user-interface to interact with your collection's data and images. Search options will include - keeping in mind keyboard / mouse input is not available:

  • Guided searches - below are some examples of what can be offered:
    • Look up via the names of the artists, photographers, creators, ...
    • Look up via the location of items.
    • Look up via type of item.
    • Browse through the images - from start to finish or only images of a certain type.
  • Every search option must provide:
    • Clear and distinct list of search results with basic documentation and perhaps a thumbnail.
    • Access to relative components, for example: if browsing through artworks, you can click to view all artworks in the same location, by the same artist, etc.
    • Easily view full documentation and images associated with an item.

Touchscreens let the visitor to your organisation to interact directly with your collection.

A touchscreen kiosk can be custom developed to suit your environment - with your own branding.

Different styles of touchscreen can be developed, whether a table format or kiosk.

Add additional screens next to the touchscreen so other visitors can view someone interacting with your collection.

Logos Flow does all the touchscreen development and Dijon Design ( specialises in creating innovative kiosks and tables.

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