After writing the graphic panels for the refurbishment of the London Museum of Water and Steam, the next task was to rejuvenate the museum’s guidebook.
The old guidebook looked tired, so a complete re-write was the best way to complement the museum’s new brand and extended appeal. In addition to writing the text, I project-managed the production of the book too – sourcing images, commissioning info-graphics and overseeing design and print. The new guidebook has proven to be very popular with visitors and staff alike, a point that has been reinforced with excellent sales. We think the book looks great and we’re rather proud of this project.