Every exhibition is unique and should begin with a clearly articulated design philosophy; we begin our process as master storytellers do, by asking how the exhibit medium can best serve the story, establish context, and engage the visitor. Every project has its own design solution – a look and feel – that is derived from the institution's mission. You can depend on us to supply a wealth of experience in the areas of exhibition planning and design, media development and choreography of the visitor experience.
A visitor experience strategy that identifies the story and subject matter of an exhibition. Communication objectives, target audiences and learning styles are defined within an intellectual framework that ultimately guides design and content development. It is the backbone of the exhibition planning process.
The three-dimensional and two-dimensional realization of the interpretive plan – how it will look, how it will be experienced and how it will be built. Design, graphics and wayfinding are delivered in several packages – concept, schematic, detailed and construction drawings.
The development and/or coordination of the content of an exhibition that includes original research, artifact selection, panel text, AV scripting, and photo identification.
A method for project delivery in which the client contracts directly a single entity who is responsible for design, construction and installation services.
The logistical coordination of an exhibition from planning to opening. The project manager links and controls the various planning, design and implementation functions to ensure good communication, quality, budget control and schedule adherence.