At the crossroads of science, technology, and the arts, the Neuroarts ecosystem draws together leaders across and outside traditional disciplines, as well as people with lived experience, who can build on arts-related research and practice to influence interventions, programs, skill-building activities, policies, and funding models in the clinic, home, workplace, and community.
We have been appointed to design and develop the Neuroarts Website Database Platform a highly interactive and continually updated compilation of neuroarts-related research, clinical findings, and arts practices from around the world, in all art modalities and for all outcomes. An all-inclusive, artificial intelligence (AI)–driven centralized portal, this dynamic database will enable intuitive searches and inquiries across a curated and dynamic landscape.
We will also be incorporating a social engagement capacity to foster networking and partnerships.
Our work includes:
- End-user research
- Database taxonomy and search
- Designing and testing a prototype
- UI/UX design
- Information architecture
- Collecting and curating data
The project is due to complete during the first quarter of 2024.