Interactive kiosk system

Harley-Davidson Story Engines

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Harley-Davidson Museum

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Harley-Davidson Museum commissioned Belle & Wissell to develop a series of seven touchscreen interactives that each tell unique stories about their motorcycles and the people who ride them.

Features include scrapbook-like functionality, integrated short documentary films, timelines, slideshows, and first-person oral histories from the Harley-Davidson Archives.

Over fifty short documentary films were created and integrated into the interfaces—both shot and edited by Belle & Wissell with cinematographer David Waingarten.

A web-based WYSIWYG content management tool was developed specifically for the museum, which empowers the curatorial staff to add future content and quickly edit and publish new exhibit kiosks.

Project Accolades:

The Today Show “Harley-Davidson Museum Preview with Tiki Barber,” 2008
Los Angeles Times “Harley-Davidson Museum is hog heaven,” 2008
MSNBC “Harley-Davidson revs up for museum’s opening,” 2008

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director: Gabe Kean
Design Technologist: Aaron Hedquist
Technical Lead: Seb Chevrel
Videographer, Editor: David Waingarten
Graphic Production:
Marq Dean

Additional Project Credits

Harley-Davidson Archives: Kurt Jansen
Curatorial Director: Jim Fricke
Senior Curator: Kristen Jones
Producer, Writer: Aleen Adams
Museum Content Consultant: Ileen Gallagher
Writer: Sarah Morris

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director: Gabe Kean
Design Technologist: Aaron Hedquist
Technical Lead: Seb Chevrel
Videographer, Editor: David Waingarten
Graphic Production:
Marq Dean

Additional Project Credits

Harley-Davidson Archives: Kurt Jansen
Curatorial Director: Jim Fricke
Senior Curator: Kristen Jones
Producer, Writer: Aleen Adams
Museum Content Consultant: Ileen Gallagher
Writer: Sarah Morris

Harley-Davidson Museum commissioned Belle & Wissell to develop a series of seven touchscreen interactives that each tell unique stories about their motorcycles and the people who ride them.

Features include scrapbook-like functionality, integrated short documentary films, timelines, slideshows, and first-person oral histories from the Harley-Davidson Archives.

Over fifty short documentary films were created and integrated into the interfaces—both shot and edited by Belle & Wissell with cinematographer David Waingarten.

A web-based WYSIWYG content management tool was developed specifically for the museum, which empowers the curatorial staff to add future content and quickly edit and publish new exhibit kiosks.

Project Accolades:

The Today Show “Harley-Davidson Museum Preview with Tiki Barber,” 2008
Los Angeles Times “Harley-Davidson Museum is hog heaven,” 2008
MSNBC “Harley-Davidson revs up for museum’s opening,” 2008