Monthly Archive: September 2011

Combine Fun and Functionality into Wayfinding Signage Solutions for Zoos

A visit to a zoo can be both educational and lots of fun. Zoos are a great place for children to see animals they would otherwise encounter only in books or through movies, television, or digital media. Wayfinding is a vital component of zoo design since zoos tend to be large, spread-out facilities. There’s much …

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Is it Architectural Signage, or is it Architectural Building Design?

In some built environments, there’s a place where architecture and typography meet. There are innovative ways to incorporate architectural signage into the structure of a facility, and when the signs become inseparable from a building’s architecture, you’re left wondering, is it architectural signage, or it it building design? Obvious examples of this topic can be seen in …

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Improve Wayfinding by Offering Supplementary Information Online

Every business and organization should know the importance of providing an efficient wayfinding system so that patrons can smoothly and intuitively get where they need to go at the physical facility. The more complex the facility, the greater the need to put in place a wayfinding system that works and keeps on working. An excellent …

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