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Wayfinding and map creation…a different perspective (Part 2)

UK mapping products comparison continued… Frequency Update UKMap UkMap works on a 3 year cycle of updates. Retail use is surveyed every 12 months. OS MasterMap There are updates issued by the Ordnance Survey every 6 weeks for MasterMap, which … Continue reading

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Wayfinding and map creation…a different perspective (Part 1)

On a recent project, one of my tasks was to help create wayfinding maps for a city centre. During my three years working as an information designer I have only ever drawn diagrammatic maps of buildings and never map information … Continue reading

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Brighton Signage

After a trip to Brighton to dip my toe in the sea and escape the city I took a few photographs of the wayfinding system designed by AIG. Visit my Flickr page to see the full set. Close-up of totem … Continue reading

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Stephen Walter’s Magnificent Maps

During a visit to the Magnificent Maps Exhbition at the British Library on Sunday, I came across some pretty impressive maps. With objects dating back from the 1400’s to the present day there was an array of different styles ranging … Continue reading

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