Head of Digital Media, V&A
Kati heads up digital media and publishing at the Victoria and Albert Museum, managing a team that works in technology, design and content. She’s responsible for the brand and user experience of the V&A’s digital estate and oversees content commissioning and production across digital and print.
Since graduating from the V&A/Royal College of Art history of design Masters programme, Kati has specialised in content and communications, with experience in brand, PR, marketing and digital media. With over 17 years in the design industry, she has worked with non-profits like the Design Council and design charity, the Sorrell Foundation to high-end retailers SCP and Vitsoe. Passionate about user-centred design, content and the digital realm, Kati has worked on award winning digital products and services, is a mentor and coach and regularly speaks at international conferences.
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Future of the Digital Museum Panel
We bring together museum tech experts to talk about the future of digital in the sector.
Making digital happen
High-performing digital teams are critical to making organisational change happen. But how do organisations identify how big their digital teams should be, how they are structured, and where they belong in the organisation? How do they define and measure digital success? We surveyed 56 GLAM organisations across the world to find out. We explore how digital is being shaped and is shaping museums and cultural institutions today. We reveal how organisations are reconfiguring their digital teams to define success and drive change. And we suggest next steps in helping organisations to make change happen on the journey to digital maturity.