You know by now that my mind works in brevity. My staff often hear me repeat two things: Interpret the park, and Put your programs where the people are. Those short statements seem silly because they are simple and obvious. A typical response might be…”well DUH!” Then I wonder when I read reports that tell me … Continue reading Go to the people!
A successful exhibit should attract visitors with striking design, hold attention by employing color, action and learning styles, convey a message built around a ‘big idea’ significant to the park, and entice action. Exhibit evaluation is often conducted at two points in the design process: before and after. However, in my experience there’s another point … Continue reading QUESTION: How do you determine if an exhibit is good, better or best before it’s completely designed?