Interpretive Design

An interpretive plan establishes the communication process through which meanings and relationships of the cultural and natural world, past and present, are revealed to a visitor through experiences with objects, artifacts, landscapes, sites, exhibits, and people.

I enjoy the process and then the design. I get a chance to learn and design. Win! Win!

Animal Exhibit Signage – Elearning Programs

Project: Create a standard for the main animal exhibits.
Company: Tulsa Zoo

OVERVIEW: Explore and research the commonalities and conservation issues to create a cohesive standard across the zoo animal exhibits.

PROBLEM: I would not consider it a problem. Wrangling together the zoo keepers, management, and education department to create cohesive verbiage.

SOLUTION: Becoming the facilitator and go-between for the departments.

RESULT: Creating a cohesive sign across the zoo that explains basic information, fun or interesting facts, and where they are on the endangered species scale.

Angela is creative and hard working. She is a visionary using the latest programs and design elements. I recommend Angela for any project!

Jessica Scallan Fidler-Zoological Manager- Elephants/Hoofstock