An Antho museum (see live sample here) is a dedicated digital space for the display of a given individual’s or couple’s life story. The museum is company-curated, with mostly autobiographical content, typically supplemented with content by children, siblings, or close friends.
Museums are websites within websites. They are immersive portals, curated to provide intimate portrayals of the subjects. Inspired by experiences of in-person visits to true-to-life museums, the experience is divided into several thematic exhibits. Content is sorted thoughtfully into the different themes, and placed more or less in chronological and/or topical order.
Museums are fleshed out with video and/or audio interviews of the primary subject and others.
In some museums, most all of the curated video content is also transcribed; in others, the content on the video and audio do not overlap. The different versions were designed according to standards of aesthetics, user experience, and simplicity.
Museums are also comprised of Timelines and Family Trees, to provide greater context to the overarching life story.
Family Trees comprise of up to four generations, one above the subject(s), and up to two below.
Timelines included both major personal events as well as historical events that strongly impacted the subjects' lives.