Bilingual Interpretation-Design

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Bilingual Interpretation in Museum Exhibits Design Guidelines Presented by: Carlos Plaza Tower of Babel , Peter Bruegel the Elder, c. 1563

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Bilingual Interpretation in Museum Exhibits | Design Guidelines Establish a consistent size, arrangement, and aesthetic for all interpretive text Use same size font for both languages Establish a clear, visual separation of languages Be consistent with the placement of text and graphic elements Use background colors, font treatments, and images to distinguish languages Avoid the repetition of images on the same panel DESIGN GUIDELINES DESIGN GUIDLINES

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Bilingual Interpretation in Museum Exhibits | Design Guidelines DESIGN GUIDELINE 1 DESIGN GUIDELINE 1 Establish a consistent size, arrangement, and aesthetic for all interpretive text 50- or 60-word chunks of text T itles + 40 points B ody copy ± 24 points

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Bilingual Interpretation in Museum Exhibits | Design Guidelines DESIGN GUIDELINE 2 DESIGN GUIDELINE 2 Use same size font for both languages

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Bilingual Interpretation in Museum Exhibits | Design Guidelines DESIGN GUIDELINES 3-5 DESIGN GUIDELINES 3-5 Establish a clear, visual separation of languages Be consistent with the placement of text and graphic elements Use background colors, font treatments, and images to distinguish languages

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Bilingual Interpretation in Museum Exhibits | Design Guidelines DESIGN GUIDELINE 6 DESIGN GUIDELINE 6 Avoid the repetition of images on the same panel

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Bilingual Interpretation in Museum Exhibits | Design Guidelines GETTING CREATIVE GETTING CREATIVE Different background colors Text treatments Creative placement of images

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Bilingual Interpretation in Museum Exhibits | Design Guidelines REAL WORLD APPLICATIONS Production Manager Writing Team Graphic Designer More concise, effective text More creative use of color and design Added visual appeal and accessibility Bilingual website Outreach programs Special events Partnerships

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Bilingual Interpretation in Museum Exhibits | Design Guidelines CONCLUSION Contact: Carlos Plaza BabelNoMore, LLC babelnomore@gmail.com

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