Sci­ence cen­tres and muse­ums are places to learn, share ideas and to be inspired. We our­selves are inspired to work on these projects as it gives us the oppor­tu­ni­ty to con­nect our design­ers’ artistry and skill with the depth of knowl­edge of our sci­en­tif­ic and cul­tur­al experts. The com­bi­na­tion of cre­ative and ana­lyt­i­cal exper­tise we bring to projects is cou­pled with a depth of expe­ri­ence in project man­age­ment. We bring projects in on time and on bud­get.

Our design approach is cen­tred on the vis­i­tor expe­ri­ence and we con­sid­er the social inter­ac­tion, phys­i­cal inter­ac­tion, and cog­ni­tive process­es that occur when the vis­i­tor approach­es an exhib­it. Con­tent and expe­ri­ence are always bal­anced in our approach. To that end, we use tech­niques such as expe­ri­ence pilot­ing, pro­to­typ­ing, focus groups, and sim­u­la­tion in order to cre­ate the most engag­ing and rel­e­vant exhibits pos­si­ble.

Whether the project is a sin­gle kiosk, an exhib­it instal­la­tion in a large muse­um, an immer­sive film expe­ri­ence, an envi­ron­men­tal graph­ics pro­gram, an indus­tri­al design of exhibits, or a strate­gic plan for con­tent, we are up for the job, and excel­lence is our goal.