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Exhibits

 

Exhibits

For each exhibit project below, I lead the UX, design, and development of all digital exhibit elements. This included creating a system for multi-lingual implementation, creating a cohesive digital UI design language and explored a range of interaction paradigms to express exhibit content.

 
 
 

3 Systems

Exhibit Name – GIANTS OF LAND AND SEA

3 touchscreens each describing complex ecological systems that are unique to northern California 

— Carbon Cycle, Ocean Upwelling, & Coastal Fog

 
 
 

Biography of a Redwood

Exhibit Name – GIANTS OF LAND AND SEA

Touchscreen that describes the life events of an exhibited 6 foot tall redwood tree slice & the historic world occurrences that this tree lived through

 
 
 

A Layered Life

Exhibit Name – GIANTS OF LAND AND SEA

Bring to life a stop-motion animated whales and learned about the ways scientists understand the lives of whales through specimen samples

 
 
 

A Moveable Feast

Exhibit Name – GIANTS OF LAND AND SEA

3D rendered whale swims and visitors explore size and feeding habits of blue whales.

 
 
 

Sea Lion Skull Wall

Exhibit Name – GIANTS OF LAND AND SEA

Interface to explore specimens on a mounted skull wall overhead, the story of the collector and more about marine mammals

 
 
 

Fade to 1906

Exhibit Name – GIANTS OF LAND AND SEA

Touchscreen designed to explore photo collages that merge photos of locations in San Francisco from 2010 with images taken right after the 1906 earthquake

 
 
 

Living Color

Exhibit Name – COLOR OF LIFE

Touchscreen to explore stories about 5 specimens that when alive, used color to thrive in their environments

 
 
 

Race: A Shifting Idea

Exhibit Name – SKIN

Visitors explore the differences between racial/ethnic identity through 5 individuals, and how they identify compared to historical US census categorization by the government based on how they looked

 
 
 

Why Does Human Skin
Color Vary?

Exhibit Name – SKIN

Using a uv map visitors explore the relationship between how much daily uv exposure individuals have and their skin tone