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An important tool for exhibition design is "user experience design', or UX. UX is mostly used for the design of websites and apps, but it can also be applied to the design of a Museum or exhibition.
The main goal of UX design is to enhance the satisfaction and usability of a product, by improving the interaction between the user and the product.
The UX design principles can therefore also be applied to any physical or digital space where people interact with a product, service, or environment.
In the context of museum or exhibition design, UX design can help to create an engaging and memorable experience for visitors. UX designers take into account factors such as the layout of the space, the flow of traffic, and the placement of exhibits to create a seamless and intuitive experience for visitors.