...why exhibit graphics look the way they do?
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For the first few episodes of this podcast, we've been taking you behind the scenes of the California Science Center to meet some of the people who design and develop exhibits.

In the last episode, we talked about exhibit labels in science centers and museums, which help explain what’s going on in an exhibit. But exhibit labels aren't just blocks of text. They appear on graphic panels that use colors, fonts, photos, and illustrations to tell a visual story. For example, you may have noticed that the graphic panels in our Ecosystems galleries look different than the panels you see underneath Space Shuttle Endeavour. Do you ever wonder why exhibit graphics look the way they do?

In this episode, we talk to Jeremy Stoller, the graphic and digital media manager at the California Science Center. As a designer, Jeremy crafts many of the things you might see and use when you visit us, from the time you log onto our website, all the way to when you're standing in front of our exhibits and looking at one of the graphics.

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