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Exhibition display 2012
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  • 1. Guide toEffective Displays
  • 2. Three basic steps to planning a successful display:Before you begin, you must..3. Know your target audience5. Know the purpose of your display7. Plan to attract/involve your audience
  • 3. 1. Know your audience: Ask yourself: Who are the people who will see our display? How can we attract and hold their attention? Will our display stimulate “mental” participation?
  • 4. 2. Know your purpose: Yo u m u s t d is p la y y o u r g r o u p ’ s c e n t r a l id e a Everything else is optional…the MAIN central idea, concepts, lines of inquiry etc. What is the message you want to share with your audience?
  • 5. 3. Arouse interest Make your display “hands-on” if appropriate Use visuals, perform demonstrations Quiz your audience to find out their prior knowledge about your area of focus
  • 6. How do you get their attention? Cater to your audienceFor adults – put content relevantto them at their eye level(facts, graphs, statistics etc.)Put visuals lower for youngerstudents to grab theirattention(comics, interestingphotos)
  • 7. Arouse interest
  • 8. Encourage all types of participation “The impact of yourdisplay will be strengthened if your audience feels part of it.”
  • 9. Create 3D displays if relevant
  • 10. Make a statement
  • 11. Stimulate thought with visuals
  • 12. Use images to tell a story (life before the Industrial Revolution?)
  • 13. Which poster explains Jack’s dog the best? Jack’s DogJack has a dog.His dog’s name isPetey.Petey is a pug.
  • 14. Avoid images for decoration & using a lot of text
  • 15. This poster is more to the point
  • 16. Use interesting display materialsto make a point
  • 17. Use authentic display items
  • 18. Evoke a feeling or mood with colour
  • 19. T H I N K : The Principles ofDesign Balance Unity Rhythm/Repetition Emphasis Contrast
  • 20. T h i n k BALANCE
  • 21. T h in kUNITY
  • 22. T h i n k REPETITION
  • 23. T h i n k EMPHASIS
  • 24. T h i n k CONTRAST
  • 25. Create flow…• Help the audience know the direction of your display• What do you want them to see first?• Where do they go from there?
  • 26. Use arrows to direct your audience
  • 27. Lettering Use upper case letters for short titles Lower case for longer texts Choose one main font and one for headings Headings must be read from 8’ away Text from 3’ away Just key points!
  • 28. NO!
  • 29. NO notes on display
  • 30. Can you read this?Can you read this?Can you read this?Can you read this?Can you read this?Can you read this?
  • 31. Can you read this?Can you read this?Can you read this?Can you read this?Can you read this?Can you read this?
  • 32. Can you read this?Can you read this?Can you read this?Can you read this?Can you read this?Can you read this?
  • 33. Font style must match the display
  • 34. Headings must be seen over a crowd 34
  • 35. Mounting your visuals Photos must be clear and not distorted Use a paper cutter and keep work clean Borders must be the same width all around
  • 36. Display visuals at different levels and NOT on angles!
  • 37. Journals displayed on stands
  • 38. Computer use.. Is it necessary? Is it engaging? Keep videos to 3 minutes max. Show original work only!
  • 39. Think Safety Special display items must be secure Do not block other students’ booths Keep walkways clear Let your teacher know by this Wednesday if you have special requirements e.g. outlets
  • 40. Display considerations Display must fit the space Make a list of what you need and start collecting items now Make a sketch of your display booth in your journals and have a detailed plan ready for set up Refer to the Presentation of Findings rubric
  • 41. BOOTH Dimensions ?? ? HEIGHT = ?
  • 42. Booth on the 8th floor forplanning your display
  • 43. LLAC Lobby
  • 44. Setting up time…. be ready!
  • 45. Have everything ready by 1 June! Remember – a great display is nothing without you being knowledgeable about your focus area No reading from notes – you must know ALL your group’s information so that you are the EXPERT!
  • 46. G O O D L U C K !!! 46

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