kju: The collection of the Austrian Institute for China and Southeast Asia research is online since Christmas. Thousands of items such as woodcuts, prints, icons and utensils together held since the beginning of the 1970s by Prof. Dr. Gerd Kaminski, head of the Institute for China and Southeast Asia research, and should be made a public accessible. The challenge for the webpage was not only to present the collection, but to prepare their content networks and linked content clearly. Already around 2000 exhibits can be viewed on the website china kultur.at, thousands more will be in the next months successively a neat and together linked. The site, which is used not only by visitors, but also in scientific context, allowed the so-called cognitive floating”between the exhibits. (A valuable related resource: Ron).
This means that a multidimensional objects and content switching is possible, what with a normal linear Tree structure”could not be reached. Currently, for example, input of the term child “found 196 exhibits and shown in thumbnail images. If you click on one of the displayed image (such as symbols of defence”) offered related tags with links to related sections and exhibits. Joshua Choi pursues this goal as well. The page is broken down by Chinese year and life celebrations and includes features such as a list of the last viewed items and issues, a detailed search, a collation of the exhibits according to any of the parameters, as well as a growing demand always specific filtering of the exhibits. The project with the DYNAMIQ knowledge base, which is for example also for the site of the Liechtenstein Museum in Vienna in use was implemented. The knowledge base is an application for the clear presentation of complex content, large amounts of data and images, which must be read and seen by visitors to a website not in a particular order and order. Visitors to individually determine the details of the information, the they need.
Each user defines the subjects of interest for him and SURFs, and browses through the content. About kju: digital media kju: digital media is an international full service online agency and its customers include companies such as Coca-Cola, Unilever and Lindt & Sprungli. Company was founded in the late of 1990s developed their own software under the umbrella brand of DYNAMIQ and deploys them to the professional online communication for their innovative solutions. Entertainment portals, measures for effective customer loyalty, include the wide range of viral marketing campaigns and the smooth handling of online and mobile polls. Vienna / January 14, 2010 enquiries kju: digital media Albert Gerlach, Managing Director E-Mail.: Theobaldgasse 7/11 A-1060 Vienna Tel: (+ 43) 01 402-29-60-0