Proposal Title

Designing for a User: A Children’s Museum in Inner Mongolia

Presenter Information

Ryan McQuade, Lesley University

Author Type

Graduate Student

Location

U-Hall 3-098

Start Date

24-3-2017 9:00 AM

End Date

24-3-2017 9:50 AM

Presentation Type

Paper

Abstract

While pursuing a Master’s degree that explores the relationships between visual design, educational theory, and emerging technology, interactive designer Ryan McQuade has been developing screen–based exhibits at Richard Lewis Media Group for installation in Inner Mongolia’s first children’s museum. Using a case–study presentation of his professional work on the “I Am” exhibit for the Hohhot Children’s Museum in Inner Mongolia, China, the seminar will provide insight into the process of designing an interactive museum exhibit with an emphasis on understanding and designing for the “user.”

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Mar 24th, 9:00 AM Mar 24th, 9:50 AM

Designing for a User: A Children’s Museum in Inner Mongolia

U-Hall 3-098

While pursuing a Master’s degree that explores the relationships between visual design, educational theory, and emerging technology, interactive designer Ryan McQuade has been developing screen–based exhibits at Richard Lewis Media Group for installation in Inner Mongolia’s first children’s museum. Using a case–study presentation of his professional work on the “I Am” exhibit for the Hohhot Children’s Museum in Inner Mongolia, China, the seminar will provide insight into the process of designing an interactive museum exhibit with an emphasis on understanding and designing for the “user.”