OUR PROJECTS

The biggest names of Parisian museums trust us.
With 14 cultural spaces in its portfolio, Paris Musées gathers and handles the largest museums of the French capital. Whether it's the Petit Palais, The Musée Galliera or Carnavalet, Paris Musées often deploys mobile apps to engage visitors coming from all around the globe.

The first privately-owned cultural group handles monuments all around France.
Since 2009, we've been working hand in hand with culturespaces to create different digital experiences and deploy them in their museums, exhibitions and monuments.

The city of Nancy adopts digital transition in its museums.
"We wanted to move to an all-apps generation cause most of our visitors own a smartphone and we've noticed they're more likely to engage with our content at all times. The apps are often updated on the stores. They also allow us to gift our content freely without having to rent an audioguide. They're also a great way to have a stronger visual identity and brand image." - Sophie Toulouze, Communications Coordinator.

Grévin's user experience goes online!
The famous Parisian museum has collaborated with smArtapps to develop intuitive and immersive apps hoping to offer a great experience with visitors of its locations in Paris and Switzerland, where it has recently opened a space dedicated to silent cinema icon Charlie Chaplin. #IncroyableGrévin

French departments transforming their tourism. 
Knowns for its economic dynamic, the Hauts-de-Seine department has many sightseeing to offer with dense forested areas. The hikes presented on their app are filtered by their length, their nature and POIs. Hikers can choose different paths based on their preferences on what type of sightseeing they'd like to experience!

Swiss museums have figured it out too!
Knowns for its economic dynamic, the Hauts-de-Seine department has many sightseeing to offer with dense forested areas. The hikes presented on their app are filtered by their length, their nature and POIs. Hikers can choose different paths based on their preferences on what type of sightseeing they'd like to experience! The world-famous musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts in Lausanne is reputed for the variety of its collections and avant-garde architecture. Starting this year, the museum will also be known for its new mobile app able to recognize the museum's art, making the public's visit easier and more integrated with the museum's goals.

Winner of our “Most Creative App” contest.
The MAC Lyon has won the final prize of our contest, allowing them to benefit from
a free made-to-measure app.
"We've twisted the app to try something different all while showing our collections. Presenting our art through an app allowed us to save and centralize all our content that can be consulted at any time. And the collaboration with smArtapps went exceptionally well. The team is professional, reactive and always listening!" - Muriel Jaby, Communications Manager.