Application Development

Top 5 Software Development Trends in 2019

In the world of software development, you’ve likely heard a lot of fancy terms; machine learning, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Virtual Reality, the list goes on and on. But how many of those have been proven to last and will remain impactful to us in 2019? Let’s take a look what’s here to stay in 2019 and how they may affect you. 1. Big Data is Just Data Now Big data was a hot topic a while back. But, it’s no longer, “hey, big data is coming.” The notion now is “bigger data is here.” What used to be constrained as too much data to process is all possible now thanks to cloud providers. Data is now decentralized from [...]

Pérez Art Museum Miami Improves Its Exhibition Planning and Management Platform

Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) has chosen Curia, the first collaborative exhibition planning application, to serve as its exhibition planning and management system. With this step, PAMM joins other prestigious museums such as the Detroit Institute of Arts and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in using Curia to support exhibition planning and development activities. Curia is the only application devoted specifically to exhibition planning, design, and task management. The system enables exhibition planners to enter, retain, and modify all data and media associated with an exhibition, generate planning documents and reports, assign and manage tasks, deploy and modify timelines and easily perform other necessary tasks which have proven cumbersome using traditional spreadsheets and email chains. As a cloud-based system, [...]

John Michael Kohler Arts Center Transforms Its Exhibition Planning Process

The John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, has selected C/D/H’s, now Red Level innovative Curia exhibition planning system as its platform of choice for exhibition planning, development, and management. The Arts Center joins the Detroit Institute of Arts in harnessing Curia to streamline the exhibition planning process using Curia’s centralized “single point of truth” system, allowing all personnel involved in the planning and staging process to work within a single unified framework. Developed in cooperation with the Detroit Institute of Arts, the cloud-based Curia system is the only application devoted specifically to exhibition planning, design, and task management. The system integrates with museums’ collection management systems, enabling exhibition planners to easily integrate existing museum assets into exhibition-specific plans and [...]