How has this pandemic changed your working life? At Xzibit, it’s been a very unique 12+ months. Reflecting on the year (it is EOFY after all), we’ve seen a few trends pop up that are unprecedented – like hearing that word every day. Do you or your organisation relate to any of these? Zoom meetings. […]
Here at Xzibit we use the terms ‘hero display’ or ‘wow moments’. Every time we design a stand or fitout or museum display we aim to create at least one ‘hero’ and deliver a ‘wow’ experience. Audiovisual displays are frequently the best platform to achieve these results. But how do you create an awesome AV
Brisbane City Council contracted Xzibit to concept, design, fabricate and install the new Earth: Our Blue Oasis display area. The team collaborated with the Council to deliver the project in under 5 weeks including custom joinery, printing, video content, mechanical interactives, interactive touchscreen, audio displays and a custom globe projection. We love a creative challenge
Xzibit has just completed the finishing touches on the new Waste and recycling Education hub in Noosa, affectionately known as ‘The Ed Shed’. Located at the Noosa Landfill Recovery Centre and Reviva Shop the Centre is open to the public and hosts a Waste Ed Schools program. Xzibit developed an engaging new ‘look and feel’
This year Focus Productions celebrates 15 years, and in marking the milestone, we’ve considered how we have evolved during this time. As we’ve come a long way in establishing who we are, we believe it’s fitting to rebrand to better align with what we do, and we’re excited you are the first to know! Introducing, Xzibit
The Riversleigh Fossil Discovery Centre in Mount Isa opened last week. Our work included developing interpretive content, and the design and build of displays to celebrate the Riversleigh World Heritage Site in the Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park. We look forward to our work helping the centre to connect with the local community, while engaging intrastate tourists
The Redlands IndigiScapes Discovery Centre has just opened in Capalaba, around 20 minutes from Brisbane. This project involved creating a fun and educational space using interactive AV, including touchscreens. A great free day out for the whole family.