When we turn our mind to graphics, we start with a blank slate—and many questions.
We want to know the full story: the types of objects you’re displaying, the relationships between them, the ways in which they’ll be arranged and viewed, the wider context, and your deeper objectives.
Only then are we ready to develop the graphics into a design that feels just right—one that will soon become an integral, essential element of the story you’re telling.
Musée Champolion, Figeac, France
Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris, France