Saturday, 13 March 2010

The science and art of signage and "wayfinding"

If you were interested in my previous writing about the importance of designing signage from the point of view of the user (the traveller), and the problems that result when than isn’t done — unfortunately, the signs at SFO still have all the problems I identified in this article ten years ago when the international terminal opened — you might enjoy the “series this month by Julia Turner in Slate exploring these issues in much more detail: Signs: How They Tell Us Where to Go.

Link | Posted by Edward on Saturday, 13 March 2010, 13:27 ( 1:27 PM)
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