A Revealing Look at What Causes Visitors to Read

“Visitors don’t read.” Are you surprised? Nowadays, it seems like people don’t even talk to each other in public, let alone read any available information. It’s difficult to do either

Improve Your Exhibits With Secrets From the Experts!

Want to improve your exhibits? If you don’t have the time, energy, or patience to figure out how, download our free resource guide to better exhibits. If you have a

Holliday Park and Nature Center: A Fundraising Success Story

We loved the exhibit that was designed and built for installation at the Holliday Park Nature Center and we were thrilled when we ran across this visitor experience article. The

Using Story to Develop a Twist on an Oft Told Topic

Topic: Abraham Lincoln Location: Illinois It doesn’t matter where in Illinois you find yourself—it seems that every Illinois town promotes its connection to our state’s most celebrated politician—Abraham Lincoln. Oftentimes,

Kids Have the Darnedest Observations 2.0

Most years, Taylor Studios, Inc. presents a session at the NAI National Workshop. We develop our sessions with a focus on what the attendees may value. We ask the question,

Setting Up for Success: Creating Your Project Schedule

Last week’s blog focused on establishing an exhibit budget for design-build projects. This week’s blog is focused on an equally important step in the project planning process, setting the project

Setting the Budget: A Tool to Begin Pricing Your Exhibits

As an exhibit designer and fabricator, museums and similar organizations often ask for our professional opinion regarding the cost to develop interpretive exhibits with an external partner. It can be

So you have a big message to get across. Does that message have to carry a big price tag? Maybe it does, maybe it doesn’t. Below are four ways to

Many first time exhibit purchasers have experienced a sort of sticker shock when purchasing new exhibits: “Wow! I could build multiple homes for what it costs to fill my exhibit

Every project requires individualized levels of oversight. As a Creative Director, I communicate the intended level of oversight I believe each project will benefit most from. Projects are balancing acts