Video: What Does Exhibit Design-Build Mean to You?

A video in which Exhibit Designers, Graphic Designers, Project Managers, and Fabricators talk about what exhibit design-build means to them. What comes to mind when you think about exhibit design-build? 

If you’ve been following the blog this month, you’ve already read a bit about the design-build process – what it is and why we think it’s a good idea. But,

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

Traditionally, 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

After nine years in the museum design business, I know what will happen when people ask me where I work. Our name draws a blank look, so then I say,

As a client, creating a new exhibit can be a huge undertaking. The Request for Proposals is only the beginning of what may feel like a Voyage Into The Unknown.

A Client Guide to Figures: 6 of 6 – Paint and Clothing

This is the 6th and final post of our 6-part series discussing the management and fabrication of human figures. Last month, we covered what goes into the figures (literally) and how they are assembled.

A case study on the Lincoln Heritage Museum design Several years ago, my wife and I moved to Illinois so that I could work on a master’s degree. Even though

8 Simple Ways to Increase Visitor Engagement

I am sure you have all heard of the KISS principle. Keeping things simple is more effective. This certainly applies to technology and storytelling in interpretive exhibit design. A couple