Abstract | Abstract
In current museum practice, policy, and literature it is indicated that to be able to live up to today’s communication standards in a museum context, different types of expertise need to come together in collaboration. However, in museum literature, collaborative projects have often been evaluated in terms of their overall perspectives and outcomes, rather than discussing how the collaborative and co-creative efforts are shaped and feed into the designs. Therefore, this paper suggests an initial framework for understanding and discussing collaborative constellations and co-creative processes in museum experience design, by presenting a Venn diagram. This builds on a case study of three recent collaborative constellations between designers, museum professionals and museum visitors.