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Signage

Page history last edited by Kathryn Fromson 10 years, 8 months ago

See this file for final versions of signage to use. Final Signage.doc

 

Here is the same content, pasted in.  Formatting might be screwy. 

 

Graphics and Things to be Printed

* = needs to be designed and printed

+ = needs to be printed out

 

Advice Booth

* Banner: “Free Advice: Get It”

+ Instructions for Advice Givers: See page 3 of this document. Print and have in folder with plenty of blank paper, pens, and whiteboard marker.

- No prompt signage necessary because Advice-Givers will write it on white board.

 

Advice-Libs

* Banner: “Advice-Libs: Mix It”

* Prompt Signage:

Remember Mad Libs? Try an Advice-Lib!

Roll the die to pick a number, fill in the missing words,

and get your re-mixed advice immortalized on a button.

 

Here’s a little reminder:

     A noun is a thing.

     A verb is an action.

     An adjective describes a thing.

 

- Instructions for Button-Makers: already printed

- Buttons: already printed, need to be cut out

 

Bathroom Wall

* Banner: “Bathroom Wall: Write It”

* Prompt Signage:

            Advice is everywhere, even on the bathroom stall. 

Go ahead and scribble your best, worst, or funniest advice.

Respond, draw, scratch things off – all is fair game on the bathroom wall.

 

Questions for the Ages:

* Banner: “Questions for the Ages: Answer It” or “Eternal Questions: Answer It”

* Prompt Signage:

            We need your help with these timeless questions.

            Write your advice on sticky notes and post them on the glass.

            [The rest of the sign will depend on how we decide to do the icons –

 are they on sticky notes? Do people put them on other stickies?]

 

* Eight Questions:

            - How do you heal a broken heart?

            - ??????? [ummm, my top concern right now is “when is bedtime?”]

* Give/get/flip/fuck icons: Open “Advice_Design.ai” for speech bubbles and icons.

 


Give Me Something to Go On:

* Banner: “Something To Go On: Give It” or “Got Problems: Help It”

* Prompt Signage:

Have a question? Need some advice?

Write your question on a sticky note and put it in a free space.

When you come back later you’ll have something to go on.

 

Have an answer? Want to give some advice?

Write it on a sticky note and place it near the question.

 

* “Post Question here” boards: Design should resemble questions for “Questions for the Ages”, but instead of questions they say:

Post your burning questions here.

Write big – use more than one sticky note.

 

Visual Advice:

* Banner: “Everywhere You Look: See It”

- Photo credits: These will be written on post-its, so no need to design or print. Just keep track of where photos are from.

 

Other:

* Main Exhibit Title:             “Advice: give it | get it | flip it | fuck it”

* Explanation:

Twelve students from the UW Museology Graduate Program got six weeks, $300 and 72 hours in the HUB to design this exhibit. It’s an experiment in participatory design for museums – and it needs your help to succeed.

 

Get advice from an expert, scribble a note on the bathroom wall, give your fellow students something to go on, weigh in on questions that never get old, and re-mix classic advice on a personalized button.

 

So dig in, start talking, and get ready to have a fling with advice!

 

* Tech stuff:

Even after you leave, there are many ways to continue participating.

The audio you’re hearing and the pictures you’re seeing were submitted by

people just like you through our website: adviceexhibit.tumblr.com.

Check it out, and you, too, can submit photos and videos of good and bad advice.

Call in your advice by dialing 641-715-3900, ext. 73202#, and hitting # to save.

Use Twitter? Give us your advice via the #strangemuse hashtag.

 

+ Instructions for Gallery Attendants: See page 4 of this document. Print and have in box with notebook, pens, sharpies, post-its, button supplies, dice, etc. 

 

 

 

Older Version, DON'T USE:

ABOUT THIS EXHIBIT:

A D V I C E

give it | get it | flip it | fuck it

Have a brief fling with advice.

Instructional Labels:

ADVICE BOOTH:

Ask a _____________ for advice.

The ________ is in.

Make your own authority. Be an expert advisor.

ADVICE-LIBS:

Fill in the blanks of these stock advise phrases with your own words mad-libs style! When you're done, take it to [somewhere] and turn it into a [button].

(I don't know if we need to explain nouns, verbs, or adjectives)

Noun = person, place, thing or idea

Verb = action word

Adjective = describes a noun

Adverb = describes a verb

THE BATHROOM WALL:

Write the great and/or horrible advice you've recieved on the wall.

QUESTIONS FOR THE AGES:

We need your answers for these hot questions. Write your advice on the glass cases.

GIVE ME SOMETHING TO GO ON:

Have a question? Need some advice? Write your question in a free space.

Have an answer? Want to give some advice? Write your answer on a sticky-note and place it around the question you're answering.

ADVICE ONLINE:

Participate online in our exhibit at:

adviceexhibit.tumblr.com

Twitter users can submit their advice via the #strangemuse hashtag

***

Issues:

Which activites are we going to invite remixing/flipping of the advice that other people have written? All of them? Just some?

Please, please edit this!

Anything else that needs to be added?

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