Exhibit Designer: Main Duties and Responsibilities (00:29)
Alexandria Guillossou creates exhibits for zoos, museums, aquariums and theme parks.
Exhibit Designer: Career Beginnings (01:31)
Alexandria Guillossou attempted a few careers before settling into graphic design, which led her to exhibit design.
Exhibit Designer: Keys for Success (01:06)
Exhibit design requires a creative person that understands that people learn in different ways.
Exhibit Designer: Education and Certification Requirements (02:04)
There are no certifications for exhibit design, though there are associations that designers can join. Computerized three-dimensional design is a crucial skill to have.
Exhibit Designer: Workplace Atmosphere (01:04)
Exhibit designers might work at their desks for forty hours a week, or they might travel and meet with clients while working sixty hours a week.
Exhibit Designer: Advice for Aspiring Pros (00:59)
Alexandria Guillossou recommends including the entire design process in a portfolio to show an ability to think outside the box.
Exhibit Designer: A Day on the Job (01:06)
In the design firm, a day might include deskwork, brainstorming meetings, and client meetings.
Exhibit Designer: Industry Goals and Services (01:04)
Alexandria Guillossou enjoys the variety of projects that designing exhibits brings to the table.
Exhibit Designer: Industry Challenges (01:07)
Designers find it challenging to put aside their own ideas and feelings about a project. Listening to the client and following what they need is crucial to success.
Exhibit Designer: Looking at the Future (01:32)
Since computers have entered the design scene, the basics of the industry may not change much. Finding a balance between technological and mechanical methods will be important.
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