Bletchley Park opened the permanent National Radio Society Exhibition to explain the use of radio waves throughout the war, and to show how they worked and how they are likely to be used in the future. The exhibition has wall panels to explain these processes along with interactive displays. Seven wall panels were designed to explain radio wave systems for the ‘What makes radio work ’ area and also five panels were designed for a ‘What is the future of radio ‘ area to explain how radio waves could work in the future. Imagery was chosen for its abstract nature to show energy waves, and more literal imagery to show people using future technology. The height and placement of certain information was kept consistent throughout the exhibition for ease of understanding and to give a coherant look throughout.