Pete


February 11th, 2015 by
Posted in Taylor Thoughts

Design-Build Single Source Accountability Whatever happened to taking responsibility? Is this a lost virtue or has advancing age taken a toll?

What about today’s apologies? “I am sorry if you interpreted what I said in a way that hurt your feelings.” Today’s design/builds make it a little more difficult for those looking to deflect blame and offer non-apology apologies. Read the rest of this entry »

Matt Page


February 6th, 2015 by
Posted in Design Sharing

Emotion Through TypographyAs a way to stay current on trends, technology, visitor psychology, and industry practices, our designers participate in a sharing exercise every other week. Each designer is scheduled a day to share something they find interesting or think other designers might find valuable during the weekly design department meeting. Join us every other week to see what interesting topics the designers are talking about, or better yet, sign up to receive the blog delivered to your mailbox so you never miss out on the design sharing! Read the rest of this entry »

Kara


February 3rd, 2015 by
Posted in Taylor Thoughts

Taylor Studios' Cat, JackTraditionally, in the museum exhibit industry, businesses have either been design-only or fabrication-only. Taylor Studios, for instance, was founded in 1991 as a fab-only firm. By the mid-to-late-nineties clients were asking us to design for them, too. Sometimes they wanted us to design from scratch or to reconfigure a previous designer’s work. We officially made the switch to design-build after the turn of the century (that sounds weird doesn’t it?!). Read the rest of this entry »

Kristina


January 16th, 2015 by
Posted in Eye on Design
Color Theory - Fulton Mansion

Warm colors and lighting used at Fulton Mansion State Historic Site in Rockport, TX

It’s mid-January and if you’re anywhere near us, you’re feeling the chill of winter! While you of course could bundle up and crank the heat, did you know that it is possible to add ‘warmth’ just by adjusting colors and light? Read the rest of this entry »

Betty


December 23rd, 2014 by

Strategy for 2015When I started writing this end-of-year-blog, I really wasn’t sure what to write about. I thought about giving you a synopsis of all the projects Taylor Studios completed this year or telling you about some of the fun things that happened around the office, but then I wondered what would be most impactful for you, our readers. So, this won’t be your typical year-in-review where I tell you all about us. I hope it will be better than that. I hope you will find it…valuable.  Read the rest of this entry »



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