About MeI graduated in 2007 from the University of Central England with a first class degree in BA (Hons) Visual Communication. During my first two years at university I studied various aspects of Graphic Design from branding to editorial design. As a creative, yet logical thinker my final year was spent specialising in Information Design and Wayfinding. For the past 9 years I have been working as a Wayfinding Designer/Information Planner in London.
This blog hopes to document things that inspire me, cool stuff I find and occasionally the utterly bizarre.
Tag Archives: Signage
I often use twitter to keep up to date on what’s going on in the wayfinding world. It’s great for keeping up with what is being installed where, who is working on different projects and what research and development is … Continue reading
Wayfinding in Retail Looking for a challenge I thought 2012 could be the year where I expand my brain a little and explore an area of wayfinding I have little working knowledge of. I have worked as a Wayfinding consultant … Continue reading
On a recent trip to Ireland I ventured through a London airport. After a tasty breakfast and a spot of tax free shopping I decided to inspect the signage a little closer. I had little trouble using the signage. The … Continue reading
The Sign Design Society has been working hard behind to scenes to update their existing web presence. This week they launched their new look website and brand new forum! The society may use the word sign in their title, but … Continue reading
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
Anyone who works on wayfinding projects in the transportation sector will know that it is important to design a system that is centred around the passenger and excludes no one, but how far do you take this before it gets a little ridiculous?
Last month I attended the Sign Design Society talk by Ivan Bennett. My review can be found on the DesignWorkPlan Blog.