Our clients Art UK have expanded their collection to include sculpture. This involved revisiting the website and the refinement of their bespoke configuration of Qi.
The extensive maritime archive is now on a new website, ready for research, perusal and exploration.
This landmark occasion will be using a bespoke configuration of Qi for all the events, exhibitions and more.
Keepthinking is very excited to announce the launch of an online discussion platform for all things Qi!
The catalogue of the Sainsbury supermarket is now online, and you can now explore an exciting and varied array of content and interactivity.
Among many other features for phase 2, the interactive event database can now be browsed and searched.
A new website for a new online journal - celebrating the contemporary art world.
New feature for the Horniman Museum and Gardens - an interactive map.
A new website for White Cube, supported by Qi CMS.
Keepthinking is excited to unveil the latest developments to Qute - allowing users to manage movement control on the go.
2016 ends with a trio of trophies for Keepthinking.
Compare Qi to other CMS software for museum information management and see how we stand out!
Keepthinking wins contract for implementing a Collections Management System for 200 museums and collections in the province of Antwerp, Belgium.
Release 5.3 is another major leap forward for Qi with the addition of a fully fledged Digital Assets Management and Record Packages (plus a few other things along the way). Please let us take you through these powerful new features.
It's small. It's mobile. It's Qute. Keepthinking is proud to introduce Qute, a new native app for iOS (iPhone) and Android that lets you manage your collections on the move.
Qi 5.2 (released today) adds new functionalities and bug fixes to the most modern and flexible content, collection, information and digital asset management system on the planet.
Qi version 5.1 (released today) adds a host of new functionalities to the most modern and flexible content, collection, information and digital asset management system on the planet.
A new website for the William Morris Gallery, based on Museums Sites, with bespoke design and functionalities.
- Art Detective
- Collection Management
- Collections Management
- Collections Trust
- Content Management
- Crowd Sourcing
- Food & Drink
- Movement Control
- Museums Sites
- The Bbc
- The Pcf
- Trade Fair
- User Content