OMMA Museum Navigation App

OMMA Museum Navigation App

OMMA Museum Navigation App

OMMA is an extraordinary piece of beauty adapted to mobile phones. The app’s scope is to guide people in the Odessa Museum of Modern Art. Despite its incredible, artistic UI, the design team worked really hard on the UX, in order to allow both the museum and its visitors to achieve certain goals.

  1. Develop a navigation system that allows visitors to discover all the art piece’s informations and where to find them.
  2. Involve a younger audience. Everyone knows that “millennials” are always on phones and digital devices, so why don’t take advantage of technology in order to attract them to the museum.
  3. Guides. Because this app is always with you, you don’t need a 24/7 guide that describes to you every single item in the museum, or that speaks your language. In this way, you don’t have to wait inline for a guide or wait his times.
  4. Audio cassettes are a thing of the past. Nobody wants to put in his ears something that hundreds of people used before you, or having to deal with a heavy device that you don’t know how to old or keep. Also, because the new target audience will be much younger, there is also the possibility that they don’t know how to use it.

App Installation

A really smart feature is the way designers allow people to download and install the app. You can either go to the museum’s website, or you can scan a QR code directly inside the museum, making the entire process extremely easy and convenient.

App Design

Because the Museum is in Ukraine, the interface displayed in their presentation isn’t in English, but the overall style is equally presents in all the other languages available.

The splash screen is unique, because it shows all the art featured at the museum.

The Menu

The menu is a thing of beauty, representing the various sections with colorful vertical shades.

Museum’s Map

The museum’s plan is extremely interesting, because it shows a fairly normal and well known map, generally used for houses, but with a colorful and outlined style.

Audio Guide Interface

One of the greatest feature is the audio guide, which is, as we specified in the designer’s goal, one of the most important element inside the app.
It also shares the colorful style for the art piece you are listing to, with simple blue play/stop commands. The only element that could have been improved is the timeline. As they showed, the bar is always blue, and in this way, it results more difficult to understand how much content remains.

Designer: Stanislavᅠ
Project: Behance


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OMMA Museum Navigation App

OMMA is an extraordinary piece of beauty adapted to mobile phones. The app’s scope is to guide people in the Odessa Museum of Modern Art. Despite its incredible, artistic UI, the design team worked really hard on the UX, in order to allow both the museum and its visitors to achieve certain goals.

  1. Develop a navigation system that allows visitors to discover all the art piece’s informations and where to find them.
  2. Involve a younger audience. Everyone knows that “millennials” are always on phones and digital devices, so why don’t take advantage of technology in order to attract them to the museum.
  3. Guides. Because this app is always with you, you don’t need a 24/7 guide that describes to you every single item in the museum, or that speaks your language. In this way, you don’t have to wait inline for a guide or wait his times.
  4. Audio cassettes are a thing of the past. Nobody wants to put in his ears something that hundreds of people used before you, or having to deal with a heavy device that you don’t know how to old or keep. Also, because the new target audience will be much younger, there is also the possibility that they don’t know how to use it.

App Installation

A really smart feature is the way designers allow people to download and install the app. You can either go to the museum’s website, or you can scan a QR code directly inside the museum, making the entire process extremely easy and convenient.


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App Design

Because the Museum is in Ukraine, the interface displayed in their presentation isn’t in English, but the overall style is equally presents in all the other languages available.

The splash screen is unique, because it shows all the art featured at the museum.

The Menu

The menu is a thing of beauty, representing the various sections with colorful vertical shades.


Uncode, Multipurpose website template

InspireDesign is proudly built with Uncode Theme.


Museum’s Map

The museum’s plan is extremely interesting, because it shows a fairly normal and well known map, generally used for houses, but with a colorful and outlined style.

Audio Guide Interface

One of the greatest feature is the audio guide, which is, as we specified in the designer’s goal, one of the most important element inside the app.
It also shares the colorful style for the art piece you are listing to, with simple blue play/stop commands. The only element that could have been improved is the timeline. As they showed, the bar is always blue, and in this way, it results more difficult to understand how much content remains.

Designer: Stanislavᅠ
Project: Behance