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WAYFINDING: DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING GRAPHIC NAVIGATIONAL SYSTEMS
Craig M. Berger

RotoVision, 2009
Softcover
176 pages
Fully illustrated, colour & b+w.
ISBN: 9782888930570

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As public spaces becoming increasingly complicated, people need to know where they are and where they are going. Wayfinding provides an analysis of the planning behind the most successful wayfinding design projects. It covers the various means of communication - graphic, architectural, audible, and tactile - that can be used, uncovering the professional techniques that will enable designers to work effectively in print media, in 3-D environments, and in virtual spaces. Informative case studies illustrate the successful integration of graphic design with architecture, interior design, landscaping, and lighting systems. Wayfinding covers a range of applications, complexity, and scale, from single buildings to city centres, from integrated transport systems to tourist resorts, scenic byways, and even virtual spaces.

 

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