EXHIBITION DESIGN PROJECT
Exhibition about Universal Design: Design for All
Universal Design involves designing products and spaces so that they can be used by the widest range of people possible. Universal Design evolved from Accessible Design, a design process that addresses the needs of people with disabilities. Universal Design goes further by recodgizing that there is a wide spectrum of human abilities. By designing for this human diversity, we can create things that will be easier for all people to use.
I designed an exhibition and exhibition identity on a topic of Universal Design. I curated a body of work, designed a visual identity, and applied that identity to a 2d printed guide, a 3d exhibition space, and a series of open-ended applications. Universal Design involves designing products and spaces so that they can be used by the widest range of people possible. Thus most of the Universal Design such as signages and warning signs are strictly follow the grid and very geometric. So I decided to use dotted grid for the overall aesthetic concept of the exhibition.
Space Design Sketch (Sketch Up)