Design of the digital interactive experience:
A trilingual app (Spanish, Náhuatl and English) was designed and developed showing images and informative texts about the archaeological piece Xochipilli, which emphasizes the distinct flowers that adorn it, its context, meaning and comparative with the real flowers in nature, as well as its appearance in pre-Hispanic codices and other ancient documents.
A trilingual website with the same contents of the app inside the gallery, also containing the videos and graphics developed for the exhibition, as means of a digital catalogue.
In order to make a qualitative and quantitative measurement of the exhibition, a bilingual exit survey was developed to gather information from the visitors, as well as their opinion about the exhibition.
National Coordination of Museums and Exhibitions, INAH