Exhibition planning and both design ideas for beginners

An exhibition is a designed experience. Ideally it communicates one big strategy in many various ways. Unlike a textbook or a bulletin board display, an exhibit asks the audience to travel through a three dimensional space and to absorb the big idea in a limited amount of time. The exhibit need to engage the visitors fascination and invite them to examine the concept on different levels and in different ways. There is a planned, hierarchical order to the levels of detail exposed in the exhibit. These could normally include headline banners to slogans and text on specimen labels, or from the video or graphic impact of massive collection of objects to an in depth exposition of just one key products. A well planned trade show can be laid out in a linear fashion, with an introduction, an expository middle, and conclusions at the end. Or it is typically nonlinear, in which the customer can look at this in any order but would nevertheless comeaway with the central concepts and stories. It is up to the visitor to determine how deeply and in what directions to explore the concept. Some visitors may have limited time, short attention spans, or only a Read More …