I think this is an excellent example of an information rich display. It’s not arranged at all the way I would normally recommend for informative displays but it has great impact. It breaks all sorts of design guidelines but it does so in an interesting way. It’s worth remembering that the guidelines aren’t rigid rules and sometimes willfully breaking them can make a better and more exciting design.
Although it is visually rather busy I find myself wanting to pour over it and to read all the posters. Surely that’s exactly the reaction we want for an informative display?
Boscastle, originally uploaded by vikelli
The second display I want to show you uses a more conventional design, with one major design element in a strategic position on the board (the globe) and work arranged less randomly.
I think this one works really well too and I suppose what they have in common, apart from the topic, is the use of pupils’ work is prominent in both displays. Good stuff!
I’ve blogged these as part of Blog Action Day 09 #BAD09