The Interpretive Design Company specialises in Graphic Design & Interpretive Services including content writing, planning, aboriginal projects & wayfinding.
They feature fantastic designs, captivating stories, stunning artwork, beautiful photography, memorable people and attention to detail. Be it an historic project, tourist destination, walking trail, environmental area or aboriginal heritage site, we can help. Read more
Improve and enrich the visitor experience through compelling, thematic stories that connect with personal experiences. Help visitors understand the significance of your “place”, its environmental wonder, historical importance or cultural significance. Provoke them to learn and think about their related experiences through beautifully woven and captivating stories.
We can help you create stories that are engaging, relevant and targeted to your audience. Read more
Develop a structured approach to interpreting the resources and stories for your project through an interpretation plan.
We can engage with stakeholders, develop themes, research content, provide style guides and templates, determine the appropriate media, ensure your program is the best value for money and provide a coherent interpretation plan that guides your project to completion. Read more
We have extensive experience in graphic design and interpretation for Aboriginal projects including developing content, designing interpretive displays and liaising with indigenous groups including land councils, boards of management and individuals. Indigenous projects have included designing logos, print media, posters, cultural maps, cultural interpretive signage, art/sculpture trails and digital media.
Often we are supplied with beautiful artwork that we can adapt to the project at hand. Line work can be coloured or rendered and elements of images featured to tell the cultural story. Read more
Maps & Wayfinding Signage
Enhance the visitor experience to your site by making navigation easy. Our beautiful maps and wayfinding material make finding your way simple.
A range of signage is often required to ensure visitors can orientate themselves and make decisions about which route to take and how much time they need. This may include:
- Site Entry Signs – used to identify the site/park and to create a sense of welcome
- Information Bay / Shelter Signs – used to introduce visitors to areas by displaying comprehensive maps, information text, walking track information, regulations and statutory information
- Directional Signs – these provide visitors with cues to guide them and keep them on the move. They include track head signs, minor directional signs, directional totems and map totems. Read more
The Interpretive Design Company offers a full range of graphic design services. Read more