The Album People  is a London-based service specializing in digital archiving and the preservation of domestic memories. My partner, Alicia Weekes, and I founded it in the hope of helping people build a bridge between their pre-digital and post-digital memories. Our main objectives are to encourage centralization of memories across different platforms, optimize searchability and browsing experience, and preserve materials in sustainable formats and storage outlets according to international digital archiving standards. Although the Album People is essentially a commercial enterprise, our main aim here is to show how services can be designed following social research, and how…
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