In April of 2019, the University of Michigan's Natural History Museum added this new specimen viewer to their collections. Museum visitors can learn about physical specimens by bringing up the collection items and scanning them using an RFID tag. The exhibit has 25 specimens, which include a fossilized trilobite, a robin moth specimen, and a petsokey stone.
I developed the written content and media for this project, in conjunction with one of UM NHM's curators, Kevin Farmer. I also researched habitat ranges extensively for the project and created range maps showing global and regional population of species in the exhibit.
Roles: Research, Writing, Content Creation
Created Using: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop