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Interpretive Design ‘Think, Feel, Do’ by Regan Forrest and Toni Roberts

Interpretation Design is integral to shaping the visitor experience. Encompassing many aspects of exhibition design such as storytelling and visitor pathways, it also extends beyond object display to design of discovery trails, artworks, themed play areas, sensory aspects such as

People looking to marine life in aquarium

Interpretive Design ‘Think, Feel, Do’ by Regan Forrest and Toni Roberts

Interpretation Design is integral to shaping the visitor experience. Encompassing many aspects of exhibition design such as storytelling and visitor pathways, it also extends beyond object display to design of discovery trails, artworks, themed play areas, sensory aspects such as

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Designing the ‘White Night’ Experience by Maeve Wood

The event was an experiential feast of interactivity involving listening, looking, laughing, moving and eating. Experiences were designed to connect interest areas around physical proximity pathways. Organisers encouraged people to create individualized routes of interest online before commencing the expedition.

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Designing the ‘White Night’ Experience by Maeve Wood

The event was an experiential feast of interactivity involving listening, looking, laughing, moving and eating. Experiences were designed to connect interest areas around physical proximity pathways. Organisers encouraged people to create individualized routes of interest online before commencing the expedition.

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Working Hard at Play by Pigalle Tavakkoli

If children learn so much through play should we continue to play as adults? Might playing throughout our lives contribute towards us becoming happier and more fulfilled? And would this lead to thriving communities that enhance society as a whole? Images

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Working Hard at Play by Pigalle Tavakkoli

If children learn so much through play should we continue to play as adults? Might playing throughout our lives contribute towards us becoming happier and more fulfilled? And would this lead to thriving communities that enhance society as a whole? Images

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Design for Emotion by Patricia Gallot-Lavalée

Patricia Gallot-Lavalée from the Institute of Internet and Multimedia, Paris, takes us on a European journey and tells the story of how she became an Experience Designer. Patricia shares her unique perspectives and reflective questions about designing positive experiences for human service industries.

Pars love - vector illustration with set of icons

Design for Emotion by Patricia Gallot-Lavalée

Patricia Gallot-Lavalée from the Institute of Internet and Multimedia, Paris, takes us on a European journey and tells the story of how she became an Experience Designer. Patricia shares her unique perspectives and reflective questions about designing positive experiences for human service industries.