Daniela has worked as a web, graphic and interaction designer with museums in the USA, Italy and UK. She has a Master degree in Technology Enhanced Communication for Cultural Heritage from the University of Lugano, Switzerland and a second Master degree in Media Arts and Computer Science from the Program for Interactive Cultural Technology at New Mexico Highlands University, USA. She is currently a Doctoral Candidate at the Centre for Digital Entertainment, University of Bath, UK, where she is reseraching people’s behaviour with real and virtual objects in museum contexts. As part of this reserach she is developing and evaluating a series of mobile and fixed augumented reality visitor experiences with the UK’s National Trust. A key reserach the in her work is meeting and managing the sometimes conflicting demands for entertainment and authenticity in making cultural heritage accessible.