There are a variety of software platforms for the tourism industry, including audio guide apps, CRMs, operations platforms, and more.
No matter where you’re at—whether that’s implementing cloud-based tech for the first time or bending AR to your will—we’ve got insights into the top museum tech for 2023.
Take a look at the trends that will power museums next year and how you can make them your own.
There are many different types of no code platforms, usually ranging from niche website builders to app builders. In this post, we dive into what no code technology is, how it works, and how to choose the right solution for your needs.
Museum software can be used to email members, sell merchandise, promote special events, engage in-person visitors, and so much more. But there are a lot of platforms on the market, and it can be hard to know which ones you really need. We’ve defined several essential museum software categories and handpicked the best tools for each one.
Just in time for the 11th Annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day (May 19), we are excited to announce our newest white paper focused on accessibility and the visitor journey. Download the white paper to learn technological best practices to meet the needs of accessibility by delivering inclusive content.
Audio guide apps help your visitors make the most of their experience in your museum, art gallery, historic site, or landmark. With a guide app, you can provide your visitors with a self-guided tour that is packed with information and interesting facts about your destination. Get inspirations for your project from these great audio guide app examples.
The best travel and tourism apps can take visitors deeper into the local experience, offer contextual information, and help ensure that visitors have a great time. Cultural site organizations can offer their own apps to improve the visitor experience. Explore the best features of apps for tourists and visitors.
We're looking for a bit of help at STQRY. We like to think we're doing our bit to make a dent in the culture and heritage and tourism space but there's so much more to be done.
Learn how the US Forest Service and Parks Canada are reinventing their traditional forms of outdoor interpretation with their STQRY app experiences to improve conservation, education, safety, wayfinding and more.
Meet the Presenter: Renée Ingram, African American Heritage Preservation Foundation & Ran Yan, Lewis Latimer House Museum
Preservation through education is one of the most desired topics in the upcoming 2022 STQRY Summit. We interviewed presenter Renée Ingram, President & Founder of African American Heritage Preservation Foundation (AAHPF), and Ran Yan, Executive Director of Lewis Latimer House Museum, regarding their experience in leveraging digital technology for preserving historical sites, and what we can expect in their panel discussion.
In this Meet the Presenters series, we sit down with 2022 STQRY Summit presenter, Alex Dykman, CEO & Founder of Maverick Digital. In this interview, Alex tells us about her journey in the travel industry, and what we can expect to hear in her webinar session – Digital Transformation and the Endemic Traveler.
With 2021 coming to an end, STQRY is ready to celebrate its 15th birthday. Over the past 15 years, STQRY has grown from an idea into a global leader of digital experiences. We chatted with Thomas Dunne, Founder and CEO of STQRY, to reflect on the company’s incredible journey and he took us through what the next 15 years have in-store.
Register for the 2022 STQRY Summit to see this unique and insightful session surrounding the IMLS CARES Act grant project designed to help museums impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic reach audiences who cannot physically visit their museums.
As a leader in the digital space, STQRY has invited industry experts to share their knowledge and bring you the first ever 2022 STQRY Summit, uncovering the secrets of leveraging practical, impactful, innovative digital solutions for your organization in this new era. This FREE week-long webinar series features topics across museum accessibility, AR/VR, tourism’s digital transformation, content creation, multimedia storytelling, education and digital experience marketing. Register today!
If you don’t yet have a mobile tour guide app or digital collections, you might be missing out on important ways to improve the visitor experience and further your organization’s mission. STQRY helps you build these digital resources with no coding whatsoever and in this guide, we walk you through everything you can do with our platform.
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.