Kelly Benefits, founded in the home of Janet and Frank Kelly in 1976, approached Adler Display to design and create displays for its corporate offices.
The displays’ purpose was to honor the founding members and their family. Adler Display devised a solution that included many elements, including two large interactive touchscreen displays educating visitors touring the facility about the history of Kelly Benefits and its involvement in the community. Like many Adler Display projects, the display is easily updatable by the client, Kelly Benefits, to provide new information as needed. The displays were designed to complement the building’s existing woodwork and architectural details.
“Adler was able to capture and bring to life our vision for the history display area in a way that exceeded our expectations from a design standpoint and they were also able to blend it in seamlessly in a unique space. We are very happy with the end result and the care that was taken in the thoughtful approach to the creative design.”
– Jen Silberzahn, Kelly Benefits
Please check out the video below for more highlights of the project!