Posted by Kirsten Gibbs Last updated 7th December 2022 reading time
I took a lot of photos on my visit to the Museum of London at the weekend. Some, because I liked the thing I was looking at, this one because I liked the way the display system worked.
It's a very simple system. A regular grid of holes at the back allows supports to be positioned in a variety of ways to suit what's being displayed, from a single bronze shield found in the Thames, to a mix of bronxe daggers and swords, to these flint hand tools. It's highly structured, yet flexible and very effective.
But what I really liked about it was the way it's been designed to foreground the objects, providing each one with reliable support, allowing them to seem to float; putting each one in the spotlight, so that you can appreciate the differences between them as well as the similarities.
You know where I'm going with this.
With the almost invisible support of a Customer Experience Score, your people too can shine in the spotlight - both as individuals and as part of the whole that is your business.
Discipline makes Daring possible.
This I just liked, because it reminded me of Geraldine McEwan.