Share the collector's universe.
During the exhibition of the painter Amadeo Modigliani which was held at the Musée du LaM de Villeneuve d’Ascq, the museum wished to install a tablet allowing visitors to discover the universe of the celebrated art collector, Roger Dutilleul.
The greatest constraint was to create an application that was easily accessible to a wide range of users, from young children to seniors. We therefore wanted to create a simple application that was also visually and interactively rich, so that the experience would be amusing, easy, and above all, would introduce the collector and pay visual tribute to his world and his era.
- UI Design
Roger Dutilleul's collection at your fingertips.
Among the works shown at the Modigliani exhibition, the portrait of Roger Dutilleul, the “Oeil Intérieur” (The Mind’s Eye) of LaM, reigns on a separate stand. With this application we created and developed, we enable users to discover his apartment, his collection, and his atypical profile.
Visit his apartment.
Roger Dutilleul’s apartment overflows with works of art. The application offers the visitor a chance to discover those of Modigliani, all while visiting his apartment, via period photographs. The works are accessible via a simple touch of an icon.
Overview of his entire collection.
A timeline, the central element of the application, lets the user view the entire Modigliani collection acquired by Roger Dutilleul throughout his lifetime. This system enables intuitive scrolling through each work of art, by order of date of creation or date of purchase, and access to each one’s description.
Meet Roger Dutilleul.
The interface also offers users a chance to learn more about Roger Dutilleul, with a streamlined biography in large print for easy legibility by all visitors.
A discovery, even for children.
The exhibition is also aimed at children. For example, certain descriptions of works of art have been optimized for children, with more childlike designs and presentations.
A little souvenir and off we go.
For the sake of conviviality, the application allows visitors to take a virtual photo of themselves in Roger Dutilleul’s salon. By providing their email address, they’ll receive the photo, which they can then share on their social media networks.