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  1. Interactive Exhibition Design Or Death By Powerpoint

  2. I have too much to tell you • Sorry • It’s mostly to help shape how you think about the project. • There are no rules • It doesn’t mean you can’t go wrong • Sorry

  3. SAFE SEX DRUGS & AIDS • Scientifically Accurate Fascinating & Exploratory • Suitable for Everyone Xcluding none • Direct Resetable Usable by Groups or Singly • Activated Information Systems

  4. Interactives • WHY • WHEN • WHERE • WHAT • WHO

  5. WHY? • Why are you doing it • Propaganda • Influence opinion • Influence attitude • Influence behaviour • Are you after information

  6. WHO? • Who are you trying to reach • Can you reach them directly • Can you reach them via existing channels • Do the cluster in space or time, or media • Do you need to set bait

  7. What • Is it information rich (or info seeking) • Is it phenomenological • Is it affective

  8. Where • Are you located IN CONTEXT • Are people coming to your location because you are there? or • Are you there because people are going to be there?

  9. When • Is the time right for the message • Are you going to be competing for attention • Can you reach them while they are trapped. • Is your message/success influenced by what they have just seen, or will see • Is your message adding to other messages, working against other influences, or getting lost in the noise.

  10. General tips • Your passion is less important than their interest – “beware the zealot”. • People are very literal • Never underestimate the power of mis-directed people in large numbers • Don’t over-estimate the power of flashing lights

  11. Become an observer of behaviour • Predation • Parasitism • Symbiosis • Commensalism • Putting the milk at the back of the supermarket • Putting chocolates/magazines next to checkouts

  12. Some exhibit/exhibition case studies

  13. Trade show, Science festival, Shopping centre, Ag field day • Trade show • Shopping centre • Science festival • Agricultural Field day • Floriard • Summer Nats

  14. How are you going to run it? • Transport • Setup time • Power ( ICT) • Security • Staffing • Take aways • Follow ups • Weather

  15. You have 3 seconds

  16. Where to from here • Choose your mission • Have a couple of options • Do some quick behavioural research ( go to the mall) • Get in touch with me to bounce your ideas • Stuart@kellware.com

  17. What are we looking for? • You are science communication students • So elegant design drawings aren’t needed • Costings aren’t needed • CLEARLY identified messages aligned with well reasoned strategies • A bit of creativity helps everyone • Have fun with it.. Otherwise no one else will • Be true to your objective