During a recent brainstorming session, we were throwing out ideas for a virtual engagement and a client asked if we had done what we were describing for another project, it seemed complex and in their words "impossible" to build what we all had in mind. I confidently said "no" -- there was a pause -- and then I explained that for over 40 years Exhibit Concepts has crafted our reputation on designing, building and implementing custom solutions for clients around the globe. We don't shy away from difficult or new or never seen before - that's what makes it "custom". Anyone can build the impossible with the right approach.
#1 Start with the End
#2 Research - Let Me Google That for You
#3 MVP - Minimal Viable Product
#4 Know Your Limits - Find the Experts and Don't Be Afraid to Leave Your Four Walls
#5 Be Agile and Evolve
About the Author:
Joey lives in the world of media and technology. He has over 12 years of experience in creative design, digital development and experiential marketing helping some of the biggest brands on the planet engage with their audiences. He graduated from the Savannah College of Art & Design with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Film & Television Production in 2007. His career has included work as the Video Director of Orbit Media Studios, a Digital Producer and Creative Director of TentCraft. He has always loved being a storyteller aimed at delivering the truly unique for any organization. As head of Exhibit Concepts’ experiential technology team, NEXT Lab, Joey brings his unique experience and efforts to all areas of focus at Exhibit Concepts.