From our involvement planning and designing visitor experiences, we strongly support quality documentation. This specific document embodies everything necessary to describe and visually express what’s intended for the project. While moving through the design phases, the document grows as a result of more definition and refinement. The design intent document can be used at any time during the project’s development to communicate to stakeholders, architects, contractors, and fabricators.
Here is a fun example of a design development phase document. Specific exhibit elements are fully developed, exhibit text and audiovisual scripts are written, graphic layouts are developed, objects and images are cataloged, and interactive exhibit concepts are evaluated.