I was delighted when design team Bright 3D invited me to join them to develop interpretation
for the newly refurbished Lodge Forest Visitor Centre in Queen Elizabeth Forest Park
for Forestry Commission Scotland.
Our first step was to develop the proposals established by FCS in the site’s Visitor
Experience Plan. We fleshed out the themes and identified a series of engaging topics
that would engage the target audiences at this popular spot. From there, we worked
together to establish a broad range of media, including colourful graphics, tactile
maps, handling objects, forest sounds and smells.
I then carried out the detailed research, with the help of the FCS specialists, and
developed all the exhibition content. This was supported by a new site leaflet, hub
orientation points for the Forest Park and content for the new FCS website.
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Jo’s ability to motivate, to keep ideas coming, and keep us all smiling through the
tricky times is a rare asset.