We are constantly working to improve the Europeana website and add new features which allow people to explore Europe’s cultural heritage. This second post of the quarterly series highlights some recently released features.
We are constantly working to improve the Europeana website and add new features which allow people to explore Europe’s cultural heritage. In the first of what will be a quarterly series, we highlight some recently released features.
Europeana wouldn’t exist without the data contributed by around 4,000 cultural heritage institutions across Europe. Our recently released Organisation pages acknowledge this contribution by allowing people to search and browse content by the cultural heritage institution which provided it. Find out more!
In this theme, we share the practices we follow when developing the Europeana website. This post looks at our development processes, best practices, and tools we use to ensure that our application is robust and resilient.
Any regular visitors to Europeana Pro will notice that it looks a little different today. That’s right - we’ve revamped our website and in this post you can find out all about the process we’ve been through, decisions we’ve made and what you can expect to find in the new Europeana Pro.