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After a bit of “Southern Hospitality” in our “Tale of Two Welcomes - Part 1” at the Woodford Reserve Distillery in Versailles, Kentucky, let’s see what kind of greeting we get out West at Grand Teton National Park. Warning: we aren’t in Kansas, or Kentucky, anymore Dorothy.
A Tale of Two Welcomes - Part 1
“Remember,” I was once told, “you only get one chance to make a good first impression.” When EID works on a project the Dance Step of “Welcome” is a key aspect of our design work. It is a way to begin a positive experience for the visitor. In my opinion, the “Welcome” is the second most important step in interpretive design, next to the “Mission”. If you would like to share some good “Welcome” techniques, please do so in the comment section.
Wondering what folks said about the Interpretive Reverberation by Steve Van Matre? Those comments, along with a few of our own, can be seen if you click one more time…and find out who won the book Interpretive Design and the Dance of Experience.
Challenging conventional layouts is something we should all embrace. Let’s look for partners to experiment with as guest curators.
Wondering if you will have a job in interpretation next year…or next month…or even next week? Steve Van Matre is wondering the same thing in his Interpretive Reverberation titled “No Job for Jesse.”
At the end of the post we hope you will answer a couple of short questions, provide us with some feedback, and enter a drawing to win an interpretive design book…