Future Ed

Learning today is not the experience that you might remember from 20 years ago. And, it will be different tomorrow. The booth that we created for Steelcase at Educause was full of new ideas that break out of the conventional classroom setting. We highlighted products that create innovative environments for collaboration and learning. To maximize the booth’s 20’ x 20’ footprint we positioned the architecture of the space on a 45 degree angle. This created 2 small display areas that worked like storefront windows – a retail technique to showcase hot new products to pull people in to discover more. The collection of new technology products from Steelcase created quite a buzz at the show and we accomplished a lot in a small space.

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