Weekly Insights: 3 TED Talks to Watch Before Designing Your Next Exhibit

I’m a big fan of TED Talks, and you may have seen my previous post with some of my favorite videos for exhibit marketers. This time, I’ve narrowed it down to strictly design-related topics. (After all, TED stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design.)

So join me in discovering how Neil Harbisson “hears” colors, how Paul Bennett from Ideo designs to meet overlooked needs in everyday life, and – for my fellow fontaholics – how Matthew Carter has tediously (and scientifically) created a range of typefaces over the years. How can you apply lessons from these experts to your future exhibits?

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  1. Marcelo Fincer April 25, 2017
    • Marlys Arnold April 27, 2017
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