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Audio Clips in Exhibit Design Search

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One unique feature of Exhibit Design Search (EDS) is the Audio Clips. It seems a little odd to refer to “audio” as unique, but the internet is dominated by video and text which makes audio-only files unusual. That difference, I would contend, is a difference of distinction. It’s one way that distinguishes your Exhibit Design Search site from other online display websites.

Now, I recognize it’s just one feature. It’s hard to “hang your hat” on one feature. However, and yes I’m probably going a little too far on this, I would maintain that the audio coupled with the “See Photo Examples” adds a personal touch absent from most display sites. Allow me to share a few of my favorites. There are over 80 different audio clips throughout EDS.

I’d enjoy hearing your thoughts about the audio clips, good or bad. Have you ever listened to them with a potential client while on an appointment? What was their reaction?

–Mel White
http://www.linkedin.com/in/melmwhite
mel@classicexhibits.com

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2 Responses to “Audio Clips in Exhibit Design Search”

  1. Hi Mel,

    you guys do a great job on design search – thanks for adding back my favorite tool!

    The audio’s can be helpful – why aren’t they in design search? When we tour design search with a client, we’re on our site, not yours – and I don’t see the audio’s linked anywhere?

  2. Mel says:

    Hi Charles –

    Yes, it’s on your branded Exhibit Design Search, but it’s moved in the new version.

    Most kits have audio clips. They’re located on the Design Detail page below the text description.

    It’s a button — Play Audio. Most are between 30-45 seconds.

    –Mel

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