Visitor information panels

INTERPRETATION:

Hamilton-Fynch takes your brief, your ideas, research and documents, and builds them into an interpretation, information or education product that touches your constituency and fulfils your goals. Below are some examples of panels developed for both indoor and outdoor trails and visitor facilities.

AL ANSAB, OMAN

BRIEF: To develop a series of interpretative panels (26) and audio-visual media for the Al Ansab wetland visitor facilities.

MATERIALS PROVIDED: No materials nor content development framework were provided by the client. Hamilton-Fynch advised on themes/content, and researched and developed all interpretative themes.

TIME FRAME FOR COMPLETION: 12 months.

PRODUCT DESIGN: A series of bilingual interpretation panels of varying sizes up to ~ 3 metres x ~ 2 metres. Panels address primarily natural history themes but also interpret cultural heritage. Additionnal media include:  interactive bird identification touch screen; video facilities, realtime migrant raptor tracking; interactive nature touch table; models of wildlife; brass rubbings; secondary signage.


JANE GOODALL INSTITUTE, CHIMP EDEN

BRIEF: To develop an in-depth interpretation exhibit explaining the origin and plight of chimpanzees.

MATERIALS PROVIDED: Only photographs of Jane Goodall.

TIME FRAME FOR COMPLETION: 12 months

PRODUCT DESIGN: 24 A0 interpretation & 7 additional theme title panels; audio-visual material; interior design proposal using sound; running  water; scent and tropical plants.


BARBERTON MAKHONJWA GEOTRAIL

BRIEF: To develop a series of 26  panels interpreting the geology of the Barberton Greenstone Belt, and five view panels. Target audience is diverse, from Grade 7 school children through casual visitors to geologists; to devlop the website and social media on Facebook and Twitter and the braille panels; to work with the landscape architect and construction team to ensure optimal positioning and mounting of the panels and geological specimens; to extend the corporate branding to include brochures, portable marketing and exhibition material. 

Geotype specimen rocks were sourced and collected at various locations throughout the Barberton Greenstone Belt.

MATERIALS PROVIDED: No resources were provided by the client for the geopanels. The text for the guide book was provided.

TIME FRAME FOR COMPLETION: 12 months

GEOLOGICAL CONSULTANT: Professor Christoph Heubeck, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena .


NKAMBENI PRIVATE CAMP, KRUGER NATIONAL PARK

BRIEF: Develop and produce a 12-panel historical retrospective of the Kruger National Park in A1 format; produce an exhibition of wildlife and cultural portraits in A2 format; design and produce a large illustrated tourist map panel of the Kruger National Park with English and vernacular names of wildlife, (~3,000 mm x ~1,000 mm) .

MATERIALS PROVIDED: No resources were provided by the client.

TIME FRAME FOR COMPLETION: 3 months


KAVANGO ZAMBEZI TRANSFRONTIER PARK (KAZA)

BRIEF: Develop  wall panels for ITB, the Berlin international travel show  (up to ~2,000 mm x ~ 5, 000 mm), and supporting brochures.

MATERIALS PROVIDED: Some photographs were provided by the client.

TIME FRAME FOR COMPLETION: 1 month


INFORMATION POSTERS AND MAPS


BOOKS AND BROCHURES


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