Stuff Busters: A Tale of Cell Phone Technology is an interactive exhibit developed by staff at the Orpheum Children’s Science Museum in 2011. The exhibit focuses on the life cycle of a cell phone, including material mining, manufacturing, daily use, and eventual disposal. The exhibit intends to get kids and parents thinking more critically about where their cell phones come from and the environmental impacts (both positive and negative) of global cell phone use.
I volunteered to create a fun, inviting, and cohesive branding for the exhibit, which included developing several set of app-like icons to help guide the exhibit structure, and an overarching cohesive style guide. I communicated with the museum director to develop a style guide, research potential topics to focus on the exhibit, and to figure out the best way to organize content and themes within the exhibit.