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Wales Millennium Centre – Wayfinding Case Study

Wales Millennium Centre – Wayfinding Case Study

In the latest of our wayfinding case study article, we take a look at the Wales Millennium Centre in Wales. The Wales Millennium Centre was finished in Cardiff Bay in 2004 and is now one of the city’s leading music, dance and live entertainment venues. At a...
Cruise Ship Wayfinding Case Study: Explorer of the Seas

Cruise Ship Wayfinding Case Study: Explorer of the Seas

Cruise ship wayfinding – You might not at first think of cruise ships when thinking about wayfinding, because of the confined nature of cruise travel. Isn’t everything controlled, with little need for us to have to worry about finding our way? On the...
Bristol Airport Wayfinding – Case Study

Bristol Airport Wayfinding – Case Study

In the latest of our case studies, we look at Bristol Airport wayfinding. Bristol Airport, in England, has recently undergone a big transformation with the re-development of its main departures terminal, with a £8 million plus (roughly US$12 million) renovation, which...
Wayfinding Case Study – Crocodiles of the World Attraction

Wayfinding Case Study – Crocodiles of the World Attraction

The latest wayfinding case study is from Crocodile Wrld in the UK. Once in a while, you come across an attraction which is not only great in its own right but which is also a great example of wayfinding. The day before we were at Blenheim Palace and all of the...
Buckingham Palace Tour Review, London

Buckingham Palace Tour Review, London

Buckingham Palace, London, opens up for 2 -3 months every summer with certain areas of the Palace open to the general public (click for tickets). Visiting such a unique attraction is a great opportunity to see how wayfinding is used in the Palace and in the grounds...