Award winning wayfinding design

Deborah Abidakun, recently won an RSA Student Design Award for her wayfinding system design. As a person who is just below average height she found herself on tiptoe trying to understand 3D graphics and at night the lack of lighting made reading difficult. So Deborah started to wonder how others found these signs. This led her to carry out research around the existing pedestrian wayfinding system. Deborah’s winning design was based on enhancing the Transport for London system. Find out more by going to the article – the illustration below has two more screens that help with the explanation.a prototype accessible wayfinding post and panel

Note: John Evernden will be presenting on the new Sydney wayfinding system and signs at the Universal Design Conference and will do a short walk-and-talk around the local streets during the Table Topics session.

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