Experience design encompasses a broad range of attractions and venues that seek to inspire, thrill, or provide transcendence from the every day. Here you will read about fascinating pavilions, thought-provoking installations, themed public events, and cutting edge design across a wide variety of venues from libraries to brand experiences to dance clubs.


Creating Meaningful Public Spaces with 7Story

Posted on July 24, 2014

70% of the Earth’s surface is covered with water, and every day we take actions that further endanger the ocean and its populations. Yet when the average person is faced ...

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Angry Birds Universe Kicks off Art and Science World Tour at Dubai Summer Festival

Posted on July 3, 2014

If you're one of the two billion people across the world that have downloaded the Angry Birds app, you know just how addicting it can be. But in addition to ...

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MOBA – The Museum of Bad Art Proudly Displays ‘Art Too Bad to Be Ignored’

Posted on June 30, 2014

What may be one of the world's best museums acknowledges that it's one of the worst. Don't look for the pretense or pedigree of MOMA when you visit MOBA – ...

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Merlin’s San Francisco Dungeon Opens Soon, Shows Dark Underbelly of City by the Bay

Posted on June 20, 2014

Merlin Entertainment is known for its dungeon attractions in Amsterdam, Berlin, Edinburgh and other locales, but the opening of the San Francisco Dungeon on June 26th will make it the first ...

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Marvel Fans Assemble: Avengers STATION Exhibit Explores the Science Behind the Series

Posted on June 6, 2014

This is the year to be a Marvel über-fan. There are two superhero shows now live and a third in the offing. We covered the launch of The Marvel Experience ...

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Get Ready to Scream – Great Horror Campout Wreaking Terror on the West Coast This Summer

Posted on June 2, 2014

Ten Thirty One Productions innovates in live horror experiences and is now expanding the terror all up and down the West coast and into Texas this summer. If you're looking ...

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Google Glass Brings Its Visionary Tech to the New Museum for Generational Triennial Exhibit

Posted on May 20, 2014

The Generational Triennial is a once every three years event that features emerging contemporary artists. The next Triennial will be held in February 2015 and will be curated by Lauren ...

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LARP and Renaissance Faires: What They Teach Us About Participatory Experience Design

Posted on May 12, 2014

It’s nighttime. The forest is dark around you, alive with only the sounds of small creatures and the rumble of an Orc army marching through the darkness to go to ...

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Urban Putt Brings Sophisticated Indoor Mini Golf to the Mission with San Francisco Flair

Posted on May 8, 2014

Urban Putt is a one-of-a-kind mini golf attraction just opened in the Mission district of San Francisco, featuring mini links modeled on San Francisco events, icons and architecture. Not only ...

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5 Totally Awesome Observation Decks All Across North America to Fuel Your Acrophobia

Posted on April 29, 2014

I'll admit it. I'm scared of heights or, more accurately, falling from those heights. If you share this phobia, today's featured attractions may set your heart a-trembling – I know ...

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