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“Digital Revolution” in London

With its post-apocalyptic looks and lost bits of nature, London’s Barbican Estate deserves a blog post all its own, but I wanted to share my experience with “Digital Revolution,” a unique exhibition hosted in its depths at the Barbican Centre.

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Designing Dramaturgy

In December of 2011, I traveled to Atlanta to help install 12 interactives for the new Vault of the Secret Formula at the World of Coca-Cola. I was deeply involved in this project for about eight months, and watched it grow from feverish conceptua…

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The Vault of the Secret Formula

Earlier today, December 8th, 2011, the Chairman of the Board of Coca-Cola unveiled the opening of The Vault of the Secret Formula at the World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, GA. Mythology and intrigue fill the experience as visitors take a journey throu…

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Conceptual Vistas Part 2: This Time It’s Physical

Recently, my colleague Scott Smith posted some thoughts on authorship and narrative control, in the context of our work. Stories and their trajectories are a big part of exhibit design, but a visitor brings unpredictable perspectives and patterns …

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Intuitive Vs. Curated Experiences

A fantastic discussion broke out recently about intuitive vs. curated experiences. Some co-workers and I were talking about the subjectivity involved in experience—how each of us brings our own ideas, memories, and personal preferences with us as …

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LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes- Grand Opening

This past weekend I attended the grand opening of LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes in Los Angeles. Considering Los Angeles’ rich Mexican-American history, it is surprising that this is the first Mexican-American cultural center in this city. And becaus…

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