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Kiosk Sample Design


Ginger Davis

on 6 November 2014

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Transcript of Kiosk Sample Design

In celebration of
World Wetlands Day

The new wetlands exhibit,

Use familiar
Move the elements
Create a unique layout
1. Pick a Language:
Create icons for:
- Our Wetlands Hub Page
- Regional Showcase
- Wetland Overview
- Types of Wetlands
- Connectivity
- Threats to Wetlands
- Value of Wetlands
- Special Topics
How does your design meets the needs of the different learners?

This design is laid out so that target audiences can quickly and easily navigate to their area of interest. It can be installed on a kiosk of any size and the height should be considered for handicap accessibility and children.

Even people with little to no experience in computers find large touch screens intuitive and easy to use, so they will not be excluding anyone. Touch screen kiosks are the way forward for conveying messaging and easily collecting feedback. They’re easy to install, maintain and update, so it’s not hard to see why they’re so popular.

How does your design address all the content for the wetlands kiosk?

The design will include topics specifically identified by Ben and Laura and team.

Focused on common learning denominators - nature, themes, and the environment.

How will your design be engaging while staying within the budget?

Integration of technology allows kiosks to perform a wide range of functions and have evolved into 100% self-service centers. From my brief study of kiosk software, simple animations from such things as Prezi or PowerPoints are part of the “norm” included in basic kiosk software design. Since animations are built in Adobe Flash, they can easily be included from a template at no cost. Therefore, an “engaging” design can be created while staying within the budget.

It was identified in the Lynn Dixon case study that part of the budget is to develop the kiosk software. Kiosk software can do a variety of things. This includes locking down the application in order to protect the kiosk from users. Kiosk software may offer remote monitoring to manage multiple kiosks from another location. Email or text alerts may be automatically sent from the kiosk for daily activity reports or generated in response to problems detected by the software. Other features allow for remote updates of the kiosk's content and the ability to upload data such as kiosk usage statistics. Kiosk software is used to manage a touchscreen, allowing users to touch the monitor screen to make selections. A virtual keyboard eliminates the need for a computer keyboard.

Insert Quiz or Visitor Opinion Survey Here
YouTube Video
Interactive Games
Google Maps
External Link
Museum Details
Touchscreen kiosk design for
The Aquarium in Cairns, Australia
Topic X
Ertmer, P.A., Quinn, J.A., & Glazewski, K.D., (2014). The ID casebook. Boston: Pearson.



Insert Flying Bird Animation
Pick an Age Group:
0-5 years old
5 - 12 years old
12 - Infinity
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