The IdeK is a digital hub of excellence for the Swedish cultural heritage sector. Our goal is to gather and disseminate information, best practices and inspiration about digital communication, innovation and cultural heritage. The association runs a newsletter, organizes seminars/webinars, workshops and professional visits.
Since 2015 we are running the Sweden Digital Identity Program in collaboration with Abhay Adhikari (PhD.), Dhyaan Design, UK.
Contribute to increased knowledge in the field of digital communication in the cultural heritage sector Contribute to increased networking and dialogue between different actors Inspire and contribute to renewal and innovation in the field
Listen: Find out what target audiences want and what the needs are, find out what is trending and in practice
Monitor: In a national and international perspective Network: Encourage and create interfaces between different actors, both non-commercial and commercial
Communicate: Advance knowledge about current projects, initiatives, services, strategies, etc.
Knowledge Development: Offer workshops, breakfast seminars, usability labs, etc.
- Through surveys, interviews and social media identify target groups’ preferences and knowledge
- Enquiries to the members about demands and areas of interest
- By gathering information build knowledge about current initiatives and projects
- External monitoring through national and international contacts, follow particularly interesting institutions and actors
- Annually arrange seminars/workshops
- Highlight particularly interesting questions/areas (via web/social media/seminars, etc.)
- Highlight particularly interesting productions and projects (via the web/social media/seminars, etc.)
- Communicating through blogs, social media, mailing list
The association was formed in June 2010.
Board members 2016
- Kajsa Hartig, Digital navigator at Nordiska museet, Chairman, Co-founder
- Johan Lindblom, Communicator at Västarvet, Vice Chairman
- Emma Reimfelt, Project manager at the Royal Armoury, Skokloster Castle and The Hallwyl Museum, Secretary
- Håkan Färje, Webdeveloper at the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan, Treasurer
- Matthieu Hartig, Communication officer at Uppsala Senior Society, Co-founder