I had a re-think about the mock up designs, and among the blank backgrounds of our spaces, I figured out that it was hard to see the furniture example with in the space.
So, using photoshop, I tweaked it.
Mock up 1 ~ Shaih Sedeno
Mock up 2 ~ Shaih Sedeno
Besides that, I wanted to start working on some testing for mini-mock up prototypes of our displays. It was a bit frustrating thinking about how I was going to put together a wooden display, without any resources or equipment to do so, and it actually occurred to me, that I could utilise some old things I had lying around in the attic.
At first, I did start to test out some card board based ones to get a better idea of the concept.
I found some old picture frames, which I simply created some cardboard hinges for, and then try to put together by myself. While it was quite successful in getting it to how I wanted. I had to consider the other aspects, that I may need to pay more attention too.
Such as possible captions to tell the viewer whose work belongs to who, and the interaction.
SO. I took a trip to my local store and bought some thicker frames, that were a tad smaller. It did start to get me thinking a tad more, as we could probably buy some AO sized display frames and do this method to create our display furniture?
But during the last test, I found out that we could put up to 16 people’s work, if it’s between A4 and A3 in size.
Although, when it came to following through with a similar design, but adding some more support for the clip area, we could possibly squeeze in an extra 3-7 more places, all depending on the size the work is and how it’s layid out.