Wayfinding for Exhibits Series

August 13, 2018

This series was developed to inform and educate on the topic of wayfinding for exhibits.

From developing the experience to tracking the results, each article touches on a specific aspect of wayfinding for exhibits.  Is your wayfinding meeting best practices, or are your visitors getting lost? These articles will help you understand the answer to these questions.

Wayfinding for Exhibits Article 1

Wayfinding Within Your Exhibition

Exhibits aspire to immerse the visitor in the environment – which often becomes counter-intuitive to navigating the physical space. Do exhibit developers and designers think of wayfinding last or not at all?

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Evaluation Metrics and Research of Exhibits and Wayfinding

Wayfinding for Exhibits Article 2

Research Informs, Testing Confirms – Interpretive Design Methodologies Apply to Wayfinding

The performance metrics associated with exhibit and wayfinding evaluation, research and concept development.

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Wayfinding and mapping the visitor experience

Wayfinding for Exhibits Article 3

Mapping the Visitor Experience – Wayfinding Best Practice: Map Design

Visitors… Captive audience or trapped in their environment?

Your doors are open and you have visitors. Congratulations! You have managed to break through the plethora of entertainment, edutainment and cultural choices. For the duration of their time with you, your visitors are a captive audience. But do they feel trapped?

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Interested in learning more about wayfinding or other exhibit-related services?

Contact us to speak to a member of our team and get your questions answered!

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