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September 17, 2009

Art curation for the corporate website?

Yesterday I added a digital artwork to my corporate site (see www.virvie.com under 'Destination'  and scroll down a little) and actually found it a little hard to do. I see it as decoration of my virtual headquarters, but positioning the piece wasn't all that obvious.
The issue, in comparison, is not the color on the walls or the decorative ornaments on the building, but rather the paintings or sculptures that are added later.
So it's not the 'interior decoration', because that is realized by visual design (determining the colour of the 'curtains and the carpet') and interaction design (positioning the 'table and chairs' so you can sit and walk around comfortably). But, then, what is it? And is it something that can and should be designed for (similar to planning high and wide walls for large paintings in the entrance halls of office buildings)?

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Posted by Almar at September 17, 2009 11:40 AM