Ad/Graph Thesis – Diagrams and Plans

Last week, I explained that I wanted to put solidify what my execution would look like. The class gave me a few great suggestions, and I've since reached a few conclusions:

• 24 examples of human experiences are enough to get people thinking, but not so numerous that it becomes overwhelming.

• Creating alcoves in the exhibit instead of removable boxes means that eliminate several unpredictable variables.

• Making the exhibit in removable sections is great for transporting it, but I'll need to really nail down how it won't fall apart during the show.

With all of these elements in mind, I've put together some detailed schematics as to what this project will look like. Some of the measurements are subject to change, but on the whole, this should be about the right size and height for most prospective visitors. Here's what I've done:

I'm also done refining my list of the items and experiences I want to have in each door. The timing couldn't be better, given the fact that on Thursday, I'll share my idea with other seniors and hopefully get some help sourcing items!

Lastly, I've scheduled a time to Skype with my mentor on Saturday. Hopefully, he'll have some solid feedback to give me on this project.

That's all for now. There's still some work to be done, but we'll see where everything goes!