IBM THink Exhibit

The IBM Think Exhibit at Lincoln Center was a remarkable project that showcased the intersection of technology, culture, and design.

The exhibit was a celebration of IBM’s commitment to innovation and progress. It featured interactive installations, immersive experiences, and thought-provoking displays that highlighted the company’s contributions to technology and society. From exploring the evolution of technology to understanding how we can use it to better understand ourselves – the exhibit offered a comprehensive look at IBM’s legacy and its vision for the future.

This project was a collaborative effort between IBM, SY Partners, and Mirada, and I am immensely proud to have been part of the team that brought this innovative exhibit to life.

I held the position of Lead Designer at Mirada for this project. This role allowed me to be deeply involved in every stage of the project, from its initial conception to its final realization. The project spanned approximately nine months, during which I contributed to a wide range of components including the film, data wall, interactive touchscreens, as well as the iPad app.

My responsibilities were diverse and comprehensive. I crafted storyboards and styleframes, shaping the visual narrative and aesthetic of the exhibit. I also played a key role in developing the user interface for the touchscreens and the app, ensuring an intuitive and engaging user experience.

Working on the IBM Think Exhibit was a significant milestone in my career. It challenged me to think creatively and strategically, pushing the boundaries of design to create an experience that was not only visually stunning but also deeply informative and inspiring. 

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