Practical wayfinding and signage tips for school campuses
Wednesday, May 22nd at 2pm
Any thoughtful wayfinding program considers the needs and expectations of their audience. But campuses face the unique challenge of wayfinding and signage for disparate audiences: those who traverse the grounds on a daily basis and those who are visiting for the first time. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution, but there are some common themes to consider that help schools, colleges and universities balance the needs of their various audiences, while delivering an on-brand experience.
- What should you expect out of your wayfinding program?
- What are the top considerations for a sign system?
- What are the most common challenges?
- How does the wayfinding and signage align with and support other planning and architectural efforts?
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