Category Archives: Exhibition design

How to Make Your Museum Exhibit Stand Out

How to Make Your Museum Exhibit Stand Out

  It is a fact that museums have always amused me. Since I was a little girl, I would spend hours viewing paintings, sculptures and historical artefacts with my family and friends. In some cases, the art pieces viewed would create an indelible mark in my memory, such as the painting Pink and Blue, fromRead more

It is not child’s play

It is not child’s play

Last Fall, I happened to be in San Francisco the same time as my (design) friends. They took us to an exhibition in Menlo Park. The exhibit was designed by teamLab, a collaborative group of artists specializing in digital experimentation. We unanimously agreed that the kids’ section of the exhibit was by far the mostRead more

Cycle Revolution & Bicycle Design: An Inspiring Visit to the Design Museum

Cycle Revolution & Bicycle Design: An Inspiring Visit to the Design Museum

My husband is a bike nut. For as long as I’ve known him he has been an avid cyclist, and thankfully, he encouraged me to get riding a few years ago despite my lack of courage on our busy city streets. Now I can’t imagine life without my peddled companion! So on a recent visitRead more

Foresta Lumina: Magic Done Better Than Disney

Foresta Lumina: Magic Done Better Than Disney

“Good design, when it’s done well, becomes invisible. It’s only when it’s done poorly that we notice it.” – Jared Spool   But what about extraordinary design; design so enchanting you cannot ignore it? Generally when user experience is talked about, the discussion is about whether the product is useful and/or usable. However, another important aspect ofRead more