What was the scope of their involvement?
The basic goal was to create a new, responsive, and more informative website. We wanted it to be an extension of the museum in virtual space, to house a community, giving people a chance to interact with us, especially ones from parts of the world where we’ve never been. The museum has 2 permanent displays, in Zagreb and Los Angeles, but we have also been on tour around the globe for the last 10 years, with 50 exhibitions held in different places. Still, there are places where we haven’t been and never will be, so we were looking for some way of being close to all those people in the virtual world, if not the physical one.
How did you come to work with Infinum?
We looked at 3 or 4 of the most popular and skilled agencies in Zagreb at the time. Infinum seemed to be the best option for us, so we started working with them. We were right in our decision.
How much have you invested with Infinum?
We have invested around 7% of our annual income in the project so far, between $45,000–$50,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
We started working with Infinum in late January 2016. The first phase of development took 9 months to complete, and the site was launched in the last quarter of the same year. We will continue the project with the redesign of our web shop, after which we’ll move on to a mobile app.