Interactive Design and Fabrication
Play is a powerful tool in exhibit design because it allows a wider audience to engage with the exhibit’s big idea in ways that traditional text panels can’t. The most engaging acts of play are interactives that allow visitors to make mistakes, to explore, and to learn.
Play can invoke feelings such as sorrow, fear, happiness, excitement, and calmness. Play is powerful. The most engaging acts of play are interactives that allow visitors to make mistakes, to explore, and to learn. Play can invoke feelings, propel action, and teach.
Advantages of working with us
We can facilitate 1-on-1 or group brainstorming sessions that best work for your team. We deliver amazing actionable ideas partly because we take the time to know YOUR story, YOUR institution, YOUR budget and YOUR goals.
Play is not just a frivolous act - it’s a learning tool. As such, we too need to educate ourselves in the subject. We may ask to access your collection, library, or research sources to develop an innovative interactive that truly reaches your goals.
Our designs are refreshing, original, crunchy and tingly. The final submission is a full rendering of the interactive from our fabricators can begin a schematic drawing. Instructional and/or supplementary text panels are also included.
Things break down - but how long they stay broken or how often can be manageable. With each interactive we include a maintenance plan that includes suggestions for when items should be replaced, re-fastened, re-glued, or reset.
Why choose us as your Fabricator
Our strengths are not only in creating innovative interactives but also fabricating them into reality. We enjoy challenges - allow us to create what we have designed for you.
A Little Taste of Our Work
Interactives for the Alligator Wrestling: Danger. Entertainment. Tradition. This temporary exhibit includes an articulated alligator for children to wrestle with, an interactive about the strength of an alligator’s jaw, and a fun trivia board with alligator sounds
Refurbishment of retired TV cases (1 out of 5) in the permanent galleries of the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum. The Loom Beading interactive showcases three bead patterns found in the museum's collection and the ability to replicate or create a new patterns.