Building “Big Wows” – A Taylor Studios Tradition

Taylor Studios has many traditions when it comes to the projects we do: the tradition of respecting the people we represent in exhibits, the tradition of meticulousness no matter the

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Seven Reasons to Make Time Tracking a Tradition

Employee time tracking is one of the longest standing and consistent traditions at Taylor Studios, Inc. All employees and managers keep weekly time sheets that track how each day is

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How to Interpret Traditions – 3 Easy Tips!

It’s official—with our calendars now turned to November, it’s full-speed-ahead into the winter holiday season, a time marked by some of our most cherished traditions. For us Americans, this means

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5 Surprising Places To Steal (What Works)

Museums, nature centers, and other interpretive sites should be thieves. Yep, you read that right. They should scope out what makes other popular industries successful—and steal what works! We promote

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Why You Need to Check Out our Pinterest Page Immediately

Did you know that we have a Pinterest site? A pretty active one too! Lately we’ve been getting a lot more traffic—especially as we add more pins about everything from

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Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow – How To Time Travel

It is 17,000 years ago. Massive sheets of ice cover Canada and the northern United States. You find yourself in the bowels of a large ice tunnel, at the edge

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The Results Are In! 8 Awesome Things We Learned From Visitors

Last year, we hinted on the blog that we were up to something new and exciting at Taylor Studios—a partnership with four interpretive sites across the country, studying their visitors

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It’s a Slam Dunk! Cheering on Teamwork at Taylor Studios

It is said so often that it might seem cliché, but teamwork does make the dream work. This can be said for any endeavor, in any industry, for any group

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4 More Approaches to Shape a Productive & Happy Culture

As a leader how do you maintain a team of highly productive and happy staff when the competition for pay and other opportunities abound? Just like my clients in nature

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At Taylor Studios, we often encourage our clients to invite various stakeholders to participate (and sketch!) in our initial exhibit brainstorm, from board members and site staff to volunteers and

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