This interactive computer program engaged visitors with a wealth of information on ring-tailed, brown collared, and red ruffed lemurs. The sketch-like look was designed to resemble a field biologist journal. The material included animations, videos, games, and more.
I led the creation of this lemur multimedia project for the Museum of Life and Science. I researched, developed, wrote, and sourced all the content for this program, which was housed in a stand-alone outdoors kiosk next to our live lemur wildlife biology exhibit.
I helped write the Request For Proposals to select the multimedia vendors, and helped develop the look and feel of the program. I also managed the project. CenterLine Productions in Raleigh did a beautiful job with the artwork and programming.