"Can the Real Curator Please Stand Up?" Web + Print Experience
The word “curator” used to be an easy one to define. It was someone at a museum (or space) that would pick what paintings (or things) go on the wall. This was the case when most of the spaces we navigated through were physical, now, most of the spaces we navigate through are digital ones — leaving the definition of “curator” much more open.
On the internet, we can generally define who the curator is into one of four categories. An algorithm (like on Google News), a user (or collection of them, like on message boards), an editor (like on a editorial site, such as the NYTimes), or a complicated mix of all three (like on Facebook, or GoodReads, or even Netflix.)
This website is supposed to put these different ways of curating head to head — and letting you be the curator of which you think is strongest.
- Project Roles
- Designer, Developer
- CSS, CSS / JS Precompressor, Design, HTML
- Editorial Designs, Web Apps, Websites
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