We firmly believe that content drives the design of the exhibition. Once the content has been clearly defined, the design of the exhibit experience will naturally follow. Exhibit development services include content research, big idea and take-home messages, bubble diagrams, exhibit narratives, storylines, and label writing in English and Spanish.
Once the content and visitor experience has been defined, the three dimensional experience is created. We provide a full range of exhibit design services, including conceptual sketches, color and material boards, low- and high-tech interactives, CAD drawings (elevations, sections, floorplans, reflected ceiling plans), fabrication specifications, and lighting plans.
Through graphic design, we take your content and create a meaningful and accessible experience for visitors. Whether it is an interpretive label or large-format graphic, we utilize this two-dimensional format to help you tell your story. We work with you to define a unified theme—including color palette, fonts, and graphic elements—that integrates with the exhibit design.
Our team can provide research, acquisition, and licensing services of images, film, music, or other media. Our media team has production capabilities for a wide range of videos and audio clips for use on site at your institution, for the web, or for other digital initiatives. View videos.
Evaluation is a critical part of every exhibition project. Throughout the exhibition development and design process, we enjoy testing concepts with visitors. Our team has experience conducting front-end and formative evaluation.
Crates are the building blocks of every exhibition. Our team can fabricate crates large or small. Crates are designed to meet the needs of the project. They can be designed with skids to allow movement by pallet jack or fork lift, or can incorporate heavy duty wheels to allow for movement by rolling.
We provide building and gallery security evaluation, planning and implementation. Security evaluation provides an assessment of the security needs of a gallery or building, including staffing, physical plant and infrastructure. Security planning identifies goals and priorities for a security system so that it can adapt as an institution grows and changes. Implementation of a security plan includes staff training; specification, purchase and installation of monitoring software and hardware, such as cameras and alarms. We can also provide security devices and transmitters for individual cases that need to be alarmed.
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