See Search UI Examples for inspiration.
Google Blogspot has nice ways of presenting "pieces of info" in different layouts.
Eg go to http://borisovcoventry.blogspot.com/ and try:
- Classic, Flipcard, Magazine, Mosaic, Sidebar, Snapshot, Timeslide
In that case the piece of info is a blog post, in our case it's a comment/annotation/discussion...
(Blogspot also has nice templates, eg see http://www.blogger.com/template-editor.g?blogID=4010125631613458355, but we won't go for such cosmetics in RS3)
In development: Shared Shelf
- Cataloging Tools
- Vocabulary Warehouse
- Cataloging tools
- uses the Getty thesauri (authority lists)
- manage your own institutional controlled lists
- submit new "candidate" creator names and work records to a shared pool
- Digital Asset Management
- Publish to the Web & Export Tools
We could get a trial access. Or Mellon foundation is a member, so we could ask for an account for research purposes.
There are online demos and webinars, user, superuser, admin webinars, video demos, even onsite training
Initiated by MIT Simile . Source status unknown.
Can use as inspiration, eg see this nice faceted search with lightbox and timeline
Prometheus is a digital image archive similar to Artstor, but more popular in the German-speaking world.
It has over 800k images and tons of learning materials, software, etc. Eg:
- pandora, the main software for the site
- image management system (database)