How our clients have benefited
Setting specific attainable goals is the key to any project's success.
Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority requested a full assessment
of their current image use and technology. They wished to develop a system
which would satisfy the basic needs and purposes of their growing and diverse
image collection. Image Integration Interviewed
people representing Public Arts, Design Studio, Media Relations and ITS.
From these surveys Image Integration
developed target goals, procedures and imaging standards.
We begin with workable
standards for scanning, storage , file naming and cataloging.
CUREe (Consortium of Universities for Research in EarthQuake Engineering)
wished to establish digital image standards for the submission of digital
images to their archive. To establish that, Image
Integration developed a unique file naming system, image resolution
standards as well as a catloging procedure and a hardware/software acquistion
list and budget.
Standards are only
as good as their implementation.
The University of New Mexico hired Image integration
to develop a unique file naming system for their Bainbridge Bunting Memorial
Slide Library. For the unique name to work succesfully, we knew it was also
important to establish the best procedure for attaching it to the digital
file. Therefore, we requested that their database developer and system manager
be part of the process. In this manner, we were able to create a naming system which
met the librarians' criteria and could be added with less human error and
Software selection &
We fit the software choices and training to the people.
Our software selection and training is based on the technological interest
and capability of the organization.
Contact me at Trudy@Imageminders.net for more information
Managing a Digitization Project in PDF format.