The latest news from the STQRY team
The latest news from the STQRY team
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the Southeastern Museum Conference soon realized they would need to shift their approach from a single event to member engagement and support. In this three-part blog series, STQRY sits down with SEMC Executive Director, Zinnia Willits to discuss the museum industry, digital experiences and the future.
The COVID-19 pandemic created unique challenges for cultural organizations, most of which had to completely shut down all operations for months. Fortunately, the Old Governor’s Mansion was well-suited to handle the pandemic with the STQRY app, becoming one of a few cultural institutions that was able to remain open (virtually), charge admission and bring in revenue during the pandemic.
The year is off to a great start. Learn more about the newest apps we launched in January. From walking tours to educational games, we are thrilled to bring these stories to life and help our clients around the world launch digital experiences.
In this short essay, Dana Michealovich explains how even with the effects of the pandemic, museums can help their visitors attain this unmistakable feeling of a valuable, rich tour.
We are kicking off the new year by looking back at some of the last apps the STQRY team helped launch in 2020. From New York’s Staten Island to Australia’s Victoria Park, we are fortunate to work with clients located across the globe!
The Customer Success Team at STQRY helped share a lot of stories this past month! Today, we are highlighting some of our latest projects including the Westfield State Campus Tour, Sydney Open, and St. Mullins Heritage Village. Read on to learn more about our November apps-gone-live.
During the month of October, the customer success team at STQRY launched several new mobile and web applications for clients across the globe ranging from museums to apple orchards! Learn more about our growing collection of STQRY family members and their amazing stories to share.
City of Immortals
Père-Lachaise Cemetery, Paris: GPS Tour App in French and English Celebrates the Rich and Beautiful History of the World’s Most Famous Cemetery and its Iconic Residents
An Insider’s Guide to the Legendary Parisian Necropolis and Tourist Destination
Using modern technology to help educate visitors and share difficult histories can be a sensitive thing to navigate for many organizations. In this week's STQRY Sessions, guest speaker, Julia Zungri gave an overview of digital media & holocaust museums in a post-survivor era.
The St. Louis Public Library sees over 2 million visitors per year. With limited full-time docents at their Central location, library staff embarked on a mission to create a self-guided experience that will walk visitors through the 107-year-old building on an immersive architectural tour.
The customer success team at STQRY launched many new apps in the month of September, from neighborhood walking tours to a virtual music festival, national forests and more. Check out our September apps gone live!
With a full ASL, audio described tour, content in 11 different languages and a social story, the Walt Disney Family Museum focuses on accessibility to create an experience everyone can enjoy. Learn more about a museum that goes above and beyond to connect with their visitors!
How does the US Forest Service connect with their 300 million visitors per year? A portal app powered by STQRY! Hear more from Toby Bloom, National Program Manager of Travel, Tourism, and Interpretation with the USFS.
Since founding OnCell in 2006, we have worked hard to evolve and adapt our products to the changing technology and needs of our customers and their visitors. With multiple acquisitions over the last several years – including Authentic, My Tours & STQRY (2018), TourBuddy (2019), CultureSpots (2020) – we decided it was time to reflect on our history, our identity and what our brand represents.
OnCell announced today it has acquired the software company, CultureSpots based in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, a respected competitor in the audio guide technology space for cultural institutions.
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, companies in all sectors scrambled to find ways to maintain relationships with their customers while being sensitive to their struggles. If you’re one of the organizations still struggling to find ways to engage with your customers during these trying times (or just looking for a bump in your existing strategies), creating digital experiences is key, and focusing your messaging on enrichment will guarantee success.
As our clients navigate the new digital landscape created by COVID-19, many are wondering how to leverage their digital content to create new kinds of relationships with their customers.
All over the world organizations are facing the difficult decision to temporarily close their doors and ultimately limit access to their collections and content. However, many people are turning to digitalization in an effort to reduce group tours, and reach visitors that can’t physically visit a site.
Palmerston North Libraries and Community Services wanted to replace their existing online collections site with a more modern alternative. Their existing platform had several issues including not being able to link to individual items, not mobile friendly, hard to use, not open to community engagement and not being indexed by Google.