As an expert at designing displays for museums and engaging children in educational activities, production manager April knows how to attract people to focal points, create a safe and interactive environment, and make education a fun activity.
Educating the public is a skill. Whether it’s for museum visitors or dental and medical patients, the same rules apply.
Here Are the Questions I Ask Myself During Every Project We Create Here at IDS:
- Will the target audience be engaged and find it appealing?
- Is the content clear and are the learning outcomes relevant to what you want to express?
- Is it durable, safe, and robust enough to handle children?
- If there are moving parts or any electronics, is there a plan for ongoing maintenance?
Part of the education we provide is through interactive displays and education stations. These are a great way to engage both children and adults and can be a fun way to draw people in for a more appealing and memorable dental experience.
Our latest tool for helping dentists educate patients is the Education Station. Whether it’s a feature in your waiting room, or a dedicated educational room filled with different stations that teach various aspects of dental care, there is a lot we can teach young patients about their teeth.
These education stations include great educational tools like:
- A giant model of a mouth so children can learn how to brush and floss their teeth.
- An interactive station lets them touch and smell giant teeth with stinky cavities.
- Microscopes that reveal real plaque up close while an illustrated graphic explains why plaque is bad.
- A custom quiz app tests their dental knowledge.
Using touch, smell, informative visuals, hands-on tutorials, and electronic games, Education Stations are engaging for different ages and will be appealing to different learning styles. Patients are given a new level of education that they might not receive at home.
Designing Interactives That Are Strong Enough for Kids
I often need to ask questions such as “what is the best case to protect this tablet’s screen from damage?” and “what size of screws are needed to keep this item secure?”. I ensure that the interactives we add to office environments are durable enough for everyday wear and tear from children while still delivering the fun or educational message you want to convey.
As a company, we focus on details that may seem insignificant to some, but to us, they are extremely important and can transform an office from typical to extraordinary.
Contact Imagination Design Studios (IDS) to get started transforming your office from a mundane to magical patient experience.
From our artists to our engineers, we pride ourselves on the level of expertise each team member brings to the projects we create. Our experts want to offer some insight into their work and offer professional advice to help your dental office reach its full potential.
Exhibit Design Diploma
Joined IDS in 2011