After researching different types of display design I was amazed at how different they can be in both size and design. It was also really cool to see how the designs were sketched out before being brought to life.
(oformitel’skoe iskusstvo), a field of the decorative arts that includes the temporary festive decoration of streets, public squares,
and industrial sites; window dressing; and the design of decorations and displays for demonstrations, public holidays, athleticevents, parades, and various types of exhibitions.
Display design makes use of the expressive resources of architecture,sculpture, painting, graphics, theater, film-making, and lighting. It thereby provides the most large-scale examples of a synthesis ofthe arts. Display design interacts with the existing architecture but, in contrast to it, usually has agitational content. In addition,display design is similar to stage design.
However, in traditional theater the set and other visual elements are perceived from asingle external point of view,
that is, the audience hall, whereas in display design the spectator is usually inside a multidimensionalspace, such as an exhibition, or becomes himself a participant
in the artistic resolution of the action, as in a demonstration.
information about the faculty and staff that will show up on the inside of our design:
I took a look at an article about display design as well as the montclair’s graphic design section on the website this information will give us everything that we need for the copy that will go both inside and outside this display design.
montclairs branding and typography information:
this really helped us get a look and feel for our design. we already had a brand identity we just had to follow it and make it our own design.
industrial design has a lot to do with display design depending on what kind of display it is. industrial designers have to create spaces people can interact in just like we have to do for this project. these photos are just for some inspiration.
I took a look at some industrial design videos to see how they go about their process because we have to sketch and create 3d objects for this project just like industrial designers do.
i looked at a lot of swiss style posters to help give me an idea of great ways to use a grid and make type look more interesting. making the type interesting yet still structured is important so that people will want to look at it but the information still stays organized.
again, i wanna keep the type structured yet still interesting which is why it may be a good idea to use a grid system in our design.
Audio/video: I know the vintage look is not something we are going for in our designs but it’s cool to look into a typographers mind and process to see how things get done to get the designs where they need to be.