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Collate explored the possibilities of digital collaboration. A digital installation commissioned by London Design Festival allowed visitors to take part in creating an image based book at the V&A Museum.
Context
With the growth of online communities, consumption of information has become a much more active experience. We’re all now able to create and publish new content and images instantly. ‘Collate’ brought this experience into a physical space over the course of the London Design Festival.
Installation
The installation was based around a series of touchscreens and projections. By using each of the screens, visitors could select images, design pages and vote on content to include in the book.

We developed an interface that allowed visitors, without any prior knowledge of layout software, to create pages for the book. By using simple, familiar interaction patterns like voting, tagging and selecting, the process was opened up to the gallery audience.
Collate was a pivotal project in our vision to bring more digital and graphic content to the programme and highlight how these are crucial disciplines within the design spectrum.
Siobhan Henderson, London Design Festival.