I reviewed all museum’s website that I have been
Design-wise, Rubin museum is clear and set a tone by using red as the main color.
Function-wise, it is clear to find information. But in the other side, this website is quite conventional, which lists menu on the left side and go through each page, I feel it is more like a “personal portfolio website” structure, instead of provide an experience or trigger people’s motivation to visit.
Design-wise, it is a very useful website, but this website probably designed by 20 years ago. The conventional academic yellow color makes me out of the context.
Function-wise, information in this website is too much to read.
MOMA’s website is the good design which also obey on the architecture of MOMA building, clean, modern, minimal. Huge exhibition picture grabs people’s attention at first, then allow them to explore more. Various links can be found in this website related to artist and artwork, which also make me feel that it connect to the world.
I can imagine it will be very interesting if Tenement museum provides their website in VR version as well. People can simply wear a google cardboard to explore their previous exhibitions, tour or have
-Out of class, I visit these museum’s website as references.