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Exhibition Design: Visual Aids, Moodboards

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Exhibition Design: Visual Aids, Moodboards

  1. 1. Exhibition Design. Visual Aids, Moodboards And Rendering.
  2. 2. ; . . M Visual aids support design ideas, improve understanding . of “concept” presentations.
  3. 3. Deliver variety by giving clients a break from listening-— allow them to see something “real”.
  4. 4. Visual aids effective in communicating ideas or concepts to viewers outside the design industry. High quality material is longer lasting and more memorable.
  5. 5. i I g . I . . '9 r ‘A Visual aids effective in communicating ideas or concepts ‘ M’ to viewers outside the design industry. High quality ‘ ~ material is longer lasting and more memorable. 3’ I, s 1 i; 3 ‘ 1 l 1= l * "‘5- . : ii I , 7 ‘ r it ‘ H ' lnl-= V _. ,'{~; '° » - 1 ram . _ 1 _i: ,|i ~ f l ~ l ‘I l - i 7/ ,
  6. 6. i Creating dynamic visual aids, especially moodboards, demand the same planning and thought as generating a good piece of graphic design— flair and creativity.
  7. 7. Moodboard— 3D collage consisting of images, objects, text and other elements arranged to form a composition.
  8. 8. Moodboard— 3D collage consisting of images, objects, . text and other elements arranged to form a composition.
  9. 9. Moodboard— 3D collage consisting of images, objects, . text and other elements arranged to form a composition.
  10. 10. :1l :1 is . ~ . t L -m_ pi” . .enta by s e sometfvr . . 1 ivein ‘ . . I11. 1 Cat) " <: o11<j<: pt. * the ign in lusti uality ger iastink ad mi re 11 £115.: “nic visual ‘a. ». (vs [‘(. ‘l(il. 1 )llI‘(lS, ml it-~ ne plinyt i—' )l : l s ratinga pier - oi raphicdes lav‘, n " ty. Moodboard— 3D collage consisting of images, objects, text and other elements ged to form a composition.
  11. 11. Moodboard— 3D collage consisting of images, objects, . text and other elements arranged to form a composition.
  12. 12. Moodboards can be in digital form—- easier and quicker to create, however real objects tend to have a higher impact on viewers due to the more complete palette of sensations.
  13. 13. Moodboards can be in digital form— easier and quicker to create, however real objects tend to have a higher impact on viewers due to the more complete palette of sensations. 3- E. . » - 7-.5 . ; <—. ‘~: -A. Th . §:icwna1:ola~¢‘2=-
  14. 14. I Moodboards are used extensively in the area of fashion '1 and trend analysis to organise, communicate and deliver information concerning seasonal colours, materials, textures, patterns etc.
  15. 15. “Trend stories” in the form of moodboards help generate new (fashion) designs in the “spirit” of global moods.
  16. 16. _ ('al, a| k “Trend stories” in the form of moodboards help generate I) r] | ][ Q ° Pattern new (fashion) designs in the “spirit” of global moods. '| ‘l-0|“ | {ep0 lot NEW YORK / LONDON I MILAN / PARIS . :3 MARC «JACOBS , . - L A/ WI}/ I4 _ ' fit! ’ . ' ‘ lamm XLIIIS An ethereal feeling. with subtle undertones of modernity. Stark clinical pales are
  17. 17. “Trend stories” in the form of moodboards help generate new (fashion) designs in the “spirit” of global moods. T * . -'. w‘. v.« , ‘?l . .’ 7.3 < N‘ ‘_i-' 1-. .: V, { . .,. l 7;-~: =—'a-'i: m;. ’.7/. .t, ',? ’; ' ' ' i / ’ I’-g 31''’: ‘V v ' ’ ~
  18. 18. “Trend Analysis” is the practice of collecting information and attempting to spot a pattern, or trend. Designers use trend analysis agencies for curated directional forecasts.
  19. 19. “Trend Analysis” is the practice of collecting information and attempting to spot a pattern, or trend. Designers use trend analysis agencies for curated directional forecasts. Industry Guide l Volume 1 °°'“°"‘ Homeware Spring Summer 2015 Seascml Dnvers l: l.n5a. uo °°‘°“‘ 9"‘°""”’“ Trend Edits for 100% Design COW“ How can colour define a spaoev 3 i Where NI| I 3D priming [aka us’?
  20. 20. Global Color “Trend Analysis” is the practice of collecting information Research and attempting to spot a pattern, or trend. Designers use trend analysis agencies for curated directional forecasts. I j V M M G W , | nduslryGuide| Volumel C°”‘°'“ ~“--‘ Homeware Spring Summer 2015 Colmirflvervlu/4 = V l»‘ ~ ~, . _. ‘ L --l l l ” ’, ' “l . ,.l. Trend Edits f0fl00% Design Conic"! -l -~‘ ~ - How can colour define a space? £25 00
  21. 21. Global Color “Trend Analysis” is the practice of collecting information Research and attempting to spot a pattern, or trend. Designers use trend analysis agencies for curated directional forecasts. L L LL Ly , | ndustryGuide| Vo| ume1 C°”‘°'“ -‘--l Homeware Spring Summer - 2015 l 1 ‘Surrlll I I H‘. :l, a5o. lio ‘f°“L’“'{°)’f""W _ cl . ~ 1 ‘ H 7, ‘-1 i, .'. Trend Edits for100% Design Comm! -l -~‘ ‘-
  22. 22. ' I. L Moodboard components- l The base, a foundation on which to place material.
  23. 23. ‘ L Moodboard components- l The base, a foundation on which to place material.
  24. 24. ; l L Moodboard components- l The base, a foundation on which to place material.
  25. 25. ; . . L Moodboard components— Materials samples, the board's aim is to show real samples so include any which are relevant.
  26. 26. ; L-,5. _ L Moodboard components— tIl. Il. |Fm«rl. .l. .: _, 1.1.2 Materials samples, the board's aim is to show real samples so include any which are relevant.
  27. 27. — L Moodboard components— Materials samples, the board's aim is to show real samples so include any which are relevant.
  28. 28. Moodboard components— Bits and bobs, small stationer items such as pins, thumb tacks, display string, wire, na' 5, screws, hinges, etc.
  29. 29. Moodboard components— Bits and bobs, small stationer items such as pins, thumb tacks, display string, wire, na' s, screws, hinges, etc.
  30. 30. L Moodboard components— Composition and arrangement, selected items must be arranged in an aesthetically pleasing, dynamic and interesting way
  31. 31. Moodboard components— glatio rs, the hich lall si , . cg gem gr», tll"““' -. lg, Vl nails. scre etc. Composition and arrangement, selected items must be arranged in an aesthetically pleasing, dynamic and interesting way
  32. 32. — v. L Moodboard components— Composition and arrangement, selected items must be arranged in an aesthetically pleasing, dynamic and interesting way
  33. 33. Moodboard components— Composition and arrangement, selected items must be arranged in an aesthetically pleasing, dynamic and interesting way —1I-vrilvl
  34. 34. Moodboard components— Composition and arrangement, selected items must be arranged in an aesthetically pleasing, dynamic and interesting way STAY H 4 NGRY . . srnv rooLl§l_t L ~ ,
  35. 35. Exhibition Design. Visual Aids, Moodboards And Rendering. The End.

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