A Mobile Guide designed for all of your visitors.
Gesso believes that art and culture should be accessible and inclusive to all, tech should be a bridge and not a barrier. We create visitor-centered mobile guides that museums of all sizes can afford and leverage.
Digital Engagement that inspires.
We’ve consulted 100s of museums and their visitors to create an intuitive audio guide platform that inspires visitors near and far.
Set up in minutes, not months
Launch a branded mobile audio guide experience on iOS, Android and mobile web, in minutes, not months. We'll maintain the tech platform so you don't have to.
Gesso comes loaded with accessibility features you need, including transcripts, dynamic text size, alt text, ASL Video embed, screen-reader compatibility, and automated audio and text translations in 18 languages (can be overwritten with native translations).
DIY, or Full Service
If your team doesn’t want to handle production yourself, our team is available for hire to produce podcasts, audio tours and exhibition videos. If you wish to make your own content, our museum partners have shared some tips and how-to's.
Engage your audience, wherever they are
Mobile guides aren't just for offering a more meaningful visitor experience onsite, they can serve as a primer or virtual tour prior to visits. We believe a museum is more than its collection, and can present relevant audio walks that contextualize stories beyond museum walls.
“It was easy to use and made the experience more meaningful. It also made me want to stay in the galleries longer because I really understood and connected with the artist's intention.”
If your museum is temporarily closed due to the pandemic, leverage our platform and expertise to offer virtual tours.
Get started for free, set up your museum, and pay only when you’re ready to publish. All features, including accessibility, translations, transcriptions and QR codes, are included.
Get First Month Free
See features listed above.
“Gesso's UX is simple and seamless. You want to be an audio guide? Check. A podcast? Check. Short clips, longer chats paired with visuals? Check. It allows each museum the flexibility to build their online exhibition based on their resources.”
Karen Wong, Deputy Director, New Museum