The Hungarian Money Museum is an interactive exhibition space that presents the financial and monetary history of the country. One of the museum's most important attractions is the Hungarian coin collection, which covers 1,000 years of monetary history. Money Museum also organizes a number of exhibitions and interactive programs for visitors, including the history of coinage and counterfeiting. Our task was the graphic design of the static interfaces and a number of dynamic/interactive contents appearing in the exhibition spaces of the museum. In addition to large-scale informative decorations, historical and economic flowcharts, illustrations and object labels were also part of the design. We also had the opportunity to create the graphic design of many digital interfaces directly.
It was a serious challenge for us to stand up as part of an extremely diverse and challenging, extraordinarily complex project in terms of content, design, and execution. Coordinate the design process with co-designers, scientific experts, and contractors. Despite the exceptionally diverse and complex surfaces and contents of the exhibition spaces, to create a consistent and unified overall picture.