It is almost certain that you’ve visited a site of experiential design in recent memory. University buildings, museums, hospitals, airports, train stations, government buildings, public parks, offices, theme parks, festivals, and trade shows are all common places that employ experiential design to convey lasting, positive impressions on visitors. Perhaps you even experience such a place every day if you work, study, or commute through spaces like these.
Experiential design comes in a huge variety of forms, but it always involves a process of immersing visitors. This immersion can be achieved in a number of ways, and this infographic from Coastal Creative demonstrates 8 key considerations of experiential design.
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