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Newport Wetlands Wayfinding Case Study

Wayfinding can be seen by some people as simply being about getting from A to B quickly, but for those involved with wayfinding design and planning, it soon …

Why you might need an Independent Wayfinding Auditor

Why you need a small Independent Auditor No matter how much money is spent on a new wayfinding system, there are always issues that are overlooked. A brand …

Gatwick Take Lead in Indoor Mapping and GPS

Gatwick Airport recently announced the implementation of a new indoor wayfinding system, which uses Blue Dot technology and makes augmented wayfinding …

Round the World Hokulea Journey Completed without Navigation Equipment

In the day and age of modern navigational equipment, where anyone sailing around the world would these days use a GPS (Global Positioning System) and other …

Cardiff Bay Trail – A Model for Walkable Cities

The drive towards “Walkable Cities” and getting local people out cycling and walking, whilst also providing a great environment for visitors to a …

Walking and Cycling Strategy from the Transport Department

The benefits of walking and cycling are becoming increasingly acknowledged by the UK government and it is great to see a strategy now in place. The 2017 …

Understanding Wayfinding as a Sociocultural Experience

– Written by Paul Symonds We are gradually moving away from understanding wayfinding as simply being a cognitive only process to understanding it as …

Using Floors, Pavements and Sidewalks as Wayfinding Signage

Using painted and taped coloured lines As you might have seen in the post on urban wayfinding, the use of painted lines to lead users on complex routes that …

Navigating Seoul, Korea as a Westerner

Visiting a country where you have no way of being able to read the language and where few people speak English, makes for an interesting experience. This was …

Travel Writing and Using Navigation to Make it Interesting

The first essential for a travel writer in a foreign city is to get orientated and to better understand the area and setting as quickly and pragmatically as …

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