Sunne, Marvelous Sunne, is located right in the middle of Värmland, a landscape full of contrasts. Culture and the tradition of storytelling are strong in Sunne. This is where the author and Nobel laureate Selma Lagerlöf lived and worked, and her legacy remains strong.
The new OnSpotStory app ‘Sagolika Sunne’ (Marvelous Sunne) offers several tours, packed with inspiring stories. Get to know Selma Lagerlöf’s Sunne, find your way to some of Sunne’s gems and experience Mårbacka estate, the country house where Selma Lagerlöf lived for much of her life.
–We are investing in a guide app so that visitors can find ‘the marvelous’. We are making history accessible through every smartphone, where visitors can easily engage in […]
We have built a search function for the app! Users type what they are looking for into the search field and results appear below in a list. They can then click on a result and go straight into that location or tour.
Want to know more about the search function and how to get it on your app? Contact us.
Vikingaliv is an experience museum in Stockholm dedicated to the Viking Age and experiencing it in a fast, modern and interesting way.
They wanted a mobile guide solution that was easy to get started with and would match their graphic profile. In addition to this it was important to find a long-term solution that would cater to an international audience as they have many tourists visiting from abroad.
Check out the case film we did together with Vikingaliv to learn more about the collaboration!
We are excited that Sunne kommun has decided to get an app. Sagolika Sunne sees this technology as a helping hand for visitors to find their way to the many gems it has to offer. Sunne is Selma Lagerlöf’s home region and there’s plenty to see and discover in the area. The app will make it easier for visitors to experience Sunne by implementing e.g. an event calendar and incorporating exciting stories about the region’s culture and nature.
The app will be launched in the spring of 2019. We look forward to getting to know Sunne better!
How many visitors are using your app? What language is getting the most hits? Which guide is most popular and how long do visitors stay on one guide location?
We know that this information is valuable to our customers and have therefore redesigned our statistics for both new and existing customers. When you become an OnSpotStory customer you receive a Google Data Studio link that enables you to get a detailed overview of how your app is used. The document is continually updated and can be re-visited whenever you like, you set the timeframe 😉
The statistics include:
- Number of visits and length of visit
- Visits per guide
- Visits per location
- Visits per language
- Operating system
- Visitor country of origin
The Gotland Museum is the Mecca of Gotland’s cultural history. The museum recently launched a new app to complement their exhibitions. Henrik Ramberg, the Project Manager, tells us about their app aspirations: “We hope to lift stories and objects that for various reasons have ended up in the dark. An ambition we have is to link the stories with the physical locations on the island where the stories and objects come from”.
The Gotland Museum will have 10 OnSpotStory PLUS units to offer visitors. These are all-inclusive solutions that replace the traditional audio guide device with a modern smartphone that you can lend or rent to your visitors.
The destination Läckö-Kinnekulle is located in Skaraborg between Sweden’s two biggest lakes Vänern and Vättern and has plenty of beautiful nature to offer, especially for cycling, hiking and paddling. They’ve decided to let tourists explore this fascinating landscape with a new app, starting out with three tours: Kållandsö and Kinnekulle by car, and a city walk around Lidköping.
Keeping visitors in the know with an events calendar
The Läckö-Kinnekulle app will include an events calendar, a great way of informing visitors about what is happening in the area. We will create a software-function that regularly updates and syncs the calendar in the app from their EPI. The software will get data via an API from Läckö-Kinnekulle’s EPI and […]
Friday afternoon offered not only sunshine and Cypriote antiquities, but a good meeting with Mathias Bergendahl at Medelhavsmuseet. The museum is in the process of taking their digital and marketing strategy to the next level. They want to offer visitors an experience with a low threshold, where the different information channels – signs, website, audioguide etc. – interact sensibly and seamlessly, from the first image that meets you as you come into the museum.
Having seen an increase of 33% visitors in the last quarter, the museum is doing something right. Mathias puts it down to a new marketing strategy, coordinated together with the program and exhibition departments. Investing in moving image material, making well-produced films about the museums, […]
1. Custom is King
Museums and tourist destinations continue to offer visitors options that tailor the visit to specific needs and desires. From what we see, customisation will continue to be in high demand. The attention economy we find ourselves in makes us increasingly choosy and our expectations on any experience continue to grow ever higher.
When entering a museum or tourist destination, visitors may encounter certain annoyances such as long queues, being short on time, a mobile phone running out of battery, needing the toilet, not knowing where to start etc. These situations can be overwhelming and digital tools have a clear role in providing assistance, for example via an app in your phone or an audio guide device handed to […]
With Varnhem expanding as a tourist destination, Kulturväg Skaraborg launches a new guide app!
“Feel the air of history and enjoy the magnificent nature as you travel along Kulturväg Skaraborg. Discover the many gems along this trail, which stretches from Karleby, past Hornborga lake and Varnhem, through Vallebygden and coming to an end in Tidan.”
Download the app here: