Absolute Exhibits interpretive staff has an impressive history of interpretive sign and graphics production, interpretive graphic and exhibit design, project management and exhibit fabrication. We work alongside our selected award winning interpretive planners and design consultants and focus on the most effective way to communicate a message to a targeted audience through the development of interpretive design for informal learning-based institutions like museums, zoos, science centers, parks and other cultural facilities.
Interpretation is used to communicate messages and Absolute Exhibits works with clients to achieve an interpretive plan that establish specific goals for their individual audience. Our designers build a structured vision of how to achieve those goals by communicating to an audience through appropriate and meaningful experiences.
To effectively engage a visitor and achieve these objectives, as well as any other institutional objectives and requirements (financial, operational, environmental, etc.), an interpretive plan is built through addressing many issues including who, what, where, why, and how of a particular interpretation. Our design goal is to achieve a vision for the future through interpretation, education, and visitor experience opportunities. Our capabilities include interpretive master planning and design; conceptual design of exhibits, interpretive panels, wayfinding systems and other media. Our team is dedicated to the field of interpretive exhibits and actively involved in the National Association for Interpretation.