National Trust for Historic Preservation

NTHP Honor Roll & Site Brand Kiosks

 

  • NTHP 1 WLCM : Main screen for "Honor Roll" member appreciation program at DC Headquarters

    Main screen for "Honor Roll" member appreciation program at DC Headquarters

  • NTHP 2 web_15 : Screen Saver Program Slide

    Screen Saver Program Slide

  • NTHP 3 web3 : For the Frank Lloyd Wright homes, customized articulated wood frame plaque was created

    For the Frank Lloyd Wright homes, customized articulated wood frame plaque was created

  • NTHP nytm : For the New York Tenement Museum, custom distressed wood frame created

    For the New York Tenement Museum, custom distressed wood frame created

  • NTHP 99 : NTHP branded membership poster for kiosk or plaque at each historic site

    NTHP branded membership poster for kiosk or plaque at each historic site

The National Trust for Historic Preservation, works to preserve and protect landscapes, buildings, and neighborhoods that have played a meaningful role in America's past. Our 3D brand work with the NTHP includes kiosks, custom plaques, and an interactive "Honor Roll" program for their Washington DC headquarters lobby.

 

The "Honor Roll" is a database driven program enabling visitors to type in their name and recieve personalized recognition for their level of giving. A custom kiosk holds the monitor and when the "Honor Roll" is inactive, screens for each of the NTHP owned sites and programs are displayed.

 

NTHP established a brand-ID kiosk for each historic home. Kiosks hold site-specific brochures, and a poster size plaque with the National Trust for Historic Preservation site list and membership information.

 

Kiosks were not appropriate for use at the Frank Lloyed Wright Homes or the New York Tenement Museum.

For the Wright Homes we created articulated square-cornered frames and for the NYTM a distressed-wood frame for the NTHP Brand-ID plaques.

 

 

Client: National Trust for Historic Preservation
Project: NTHP Honor Roll & Site Brand Kiosks
Partners: Beth Singer Design
Role: Exhibit / Media Design
Location: Nation Wide
Year: 2001