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The Secrets Behind a Successful Exhibition Design Project
User experience (UX) exhibition design, where visitors are encouraged to interact with the displays, is in increasing demand, revolutionizing exhibition design for museums and other locations.
First of all, modern event design and architecture needs to create an evident link between the works on display in the various rooms and the logical exhibition “path”. For this purpose, the lighting, the type of walls and the colors play a key-role, contributing to suggest a clear interpretation of the exhibition concept. Moreover, the information available in the rooms (texts panels or captions), once bare and essential, become now an emotional storytelling that therefore requires more space within the path, allowing creative interpretation, like 3D letter walls that amplify the emotional content of the works themselves.
Interactivity is playing, today, a crucial role in a successful exhibition design, being able to excite the visitor and secure a lasting impression in his/her memory. Among the most popular exhibitions of 2015, those that have used multi-giant screens with images projected thanks to innovative devices incorporating dozens of projectors, high-definition graphics and multi-channel surround systems, which can reach the listener from more directions with a very realistic effect, as in the cinema. Interactive touch screens are also very useful to consult archives or decide how to investigate a work of art in a personalized way. These being very appreciated tools, taking into account that modern visitors feel the urge to see an exhibition together with their family and therefore need proper entertainment for their children.
Finally, “statement” design become part of the exhibitions themselves as, among the most successful ones, we have witnessed the increasing productions of ad hoc designed chairs/furniture able to enhance the visitor’s experience of beauty, extending it also to the different areas besides the “mere” exhibition path.
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