The guide contains information about art collections, a map showing their location and a search feature by artwork or artist. It provides comprehensive information and includes videoclips, an audio guide and a section where visitors can plan ahead.
The content in the guide is automatically adapted to smartphones and tablets of different sizes. Enjoy the advantages that each format has to offer.
GIDA is a visitor-centered app focused
on the information users need during their visit
The guide contains a general map as well as a map for each itinerary or exhibit. Once the user has selected which exhibit to see, the application offers three different ways to search for information about the artwork; this allows the visitor to choose the most ideal one for their visit.
GIDA can be adapted and personalized to your needs
It’s remarkably simple to create new itineraries or to adapt existing ones. The application will be personalized with your logo as well as with fonts and colours that are consistent with your brand image. By doing so, the guide will serve as an additional dissemination tool for your institution.
It’s suitable for use in different spaces such as museums, interpretation centres, art galleries, exhibition halls, outdoor routes and promenades, etc.
It’s very easy to insert and modify content on the guide
GIDA uses open source content manager software that lets you edit and publish content from any computer connected to the internet and from any browser. No additional software is needed.
The application is available for devices such as tablets and mobile phones
using Apple® iOS® and Google® Android® systems
Once the application has been downloaded, the audiovisual guide can be used offline, which allows the visitor to save on data-roaming costs.
GIDA can be used as a simple audio-guide when visitors wish to ignore the rest of the information.
Downloading information about the museum’s exhibits and sharing it on social networks can help you reach a wider audience.
The audiovisual guide offers the possibility to plan visits ahead and choose personalized itineraries, which can be stored in “My visit”.
Nowadays people carry their own mobile devices at all times. This means that the museum can avoid both the cost of purchasing expensive devices as well as their upkeep.
Creating an itinerary is simple and fast. So is testing it “in situ”. Plus it can be done entirely on one’s own. As a result, decisions can be made rapidly.
GIDA is a product whose final cost is affordable and adaptable to the needs of every museum. In addition, the minimal time needed for installation and the possibility to use pre-existing material also reduce costs.
Access to content can be restricted or blocked and be made available only during the visit.