Anne Frank House | Storytelling entrance
We’ve collaborated with Anne Frank House on many projects over the past years. For this assignment the foundation asked us to provide content for the video screens in the entrance and waiting area.
Briefing: Showcase practical information about Anne Frank House in a visually attractive way while people are waiting.
Idea: We designed and produced the content for three different screens to show important information and enrich the museums experience for the visitors. Information about the historical context of the Second World War, the layout of the canal house with its secret annex and practical information such as entrance fees and opening hours were displayed.
We have been working closely with the Anne Frank House for many years and are involved in a wide range of projects. One of these projects is to design and manage the video screens that hang on the outside of the Anne Frank House.
Briefing: Present practical information about the Anne Frank House in a visually attractive way.
Idea: Designs for 3 information screens that, on the one hand, display the important information and, on the other hand, enrich the museum visit.
When visitors to the Anne Frank House stand in line, they can look at the three screens while waiting. These screens provide them with information about the historical context of the Second World War, the layout of the canal house with its secret annex and practical information such as entrance fees and opening hours.
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