Tackling Your Site’s New Year’s Resolutions

Have you made your New Year’s resolutions? No, I’m not talking about you personally – I’m talking about your organization! Just like people, parks and museums should look to the

How Museums and Parks Can Do More with Less Staff

Recently I asked several clients, “What is the biggest problem you are struggling with?” Several said budget cuts have meant less staff and recruiting is difficult. Many parks have lost

The scope of work has been defined; the contract has been negotiated and signed; the Project Manager has been designated; the Design Team has been assembled.  And now, the brainstorm

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? 

As a manager and person of authority within our organization, I often forget how things I say or how my facial expressions are interpreted by others.  I am at all times

Yes, Sketchbook 6, the latest addition in our sketchbook (brochure) series is here! Our sketchbooks have become somewhat of a collector’s item over the years. How many from the series

It’s that time of year when we tend to reflect and look forward.  Here are some of the highlights of 2013 I thought might interest you.

This year we all got to participate in a haunting new adventure.  Marc Dams, lead sculptor at Taylor Studios Inc., bought a haunt.  He asked if we could join forces

Fifteen years ago I was hired by Taylor Studios as a graphic designer.  I was on the job two weeks when Joe Taylor approached me about working on a 14′

My Health and the Health of the World I’m taking a small diversion from the straightforward Green life in this post. For me, it all fits together, my health and