Shanghai Disney Retail Magic: Part II

In our previous post, we had a chance to take a look at the retail magic found in Shanghai Disneyland. We had a chance to move up the right side of Mickey Avenue, head over to Treasure Cove, and then continue counter-clockwise around to Fantasyland. Today we’re going to continue that direction, finishing out Fantasyland, move … Read moreShanghai Disney Retail Magic: Part II

Spotless Restrooms

Recently I dined in the new Skipper’s Canteen in Adventureland at the Magic Kingdom. I will provide a review of that on another day, but one of my first wows was when I headed to the restroom. There, a beautiful sink awaited me as I went to wash my hands. This was practically a work … Read moreSpotless Restrooms

Consistent Quality Documentation

You’ll recall that in the film Tangled, Rapunzel asks for new paints for her birthday. She’s constantly painting, as a means of occupying her time. But she’s also expressing something very deep within her sub-conscious, something that tells her who she really is. After the film premiered, designers thought that it would be great to … Read moreConsistent Quality Documentation

Early Review: Enchanted Tales with Belle

  Sorry for not being online much lately. I’ve been busy on a new project that we’ll be announcing in a couple of weeks. It’s very exciting–especially if you have an iPad. Meanwhile a huge review on the new Enchanted Tales with Belle. Take a look. It will get you very excited about the upcoming … Read moreEarly Review: Enchanted Tales with Belle

Creating Snow White’s Scary Adventures

This week we will see the end of an attraction that has graced the Magic Kingdom for over 40 years. Known in the early years as Snow White’s Adventures, the “dark ride” attraction opened the park in 1971 along with Peter Pan’s Flight and Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride. Originally, Sleeping Beauty, Mary Poppins, and The … Read moreCreating Snow White’s Scary Adventures