In 1916, Edward Johnston designed the typeface for the London Underground. Read the article at The BBC Magazine. photo credit: bbc
Posts By: Anton Veigas
[This is the second installment of a series of blog posts that cover useful tips and interesting topics about architectural, wayfinding, and ADA signage.] Tip #2: What you should know about stairs As one would expect, there are a lot of regulations surrounding egress and stairwell signs. Signs are required for interior… Read more »
Welcome to the first installment of a series of blog posts that provide sign tips. Based on a presentation that we gave at the ABX 2015 expo, each of these posts dives into one useful topic or interesting nugget of knowledge in the world of architectural, wayfinding, and ADA signage. Tip #1: Sign Program… Read more »
Like a million other people this holiday season, I went to the see the new Star Wars film, The Force Awakens. As I watched, I couldn’t help but notice a disturbing trend with the Galactic Empire / New Order — a complete lack of signs or wayfinding in their giant spaceships and battle stations.
SeeSaw recently exhibited at the ABX 2015 conference and expo in Boston. ABX (ArchitectureBoston Expo) is the largest building industry event in the Northeast and one of the largest in the country. We displayed our latest architectural signage solutions in our booth, including six pre-designed sign families and our online selector & specification tool. We… Read more »
Article on rise of gender inclusive restrooms, and signage for them. Read the article at The New York Times. photo credit: the new york times
An interesting article that starts out talking about the importance of wayfinding and then uses that as an expample to explore intrinsic vs extrinsic motivators, and ultimately why certain people do the work they do. Read the article at The Atlantic.
Here is an interesting take on the changeable message board. This one eschews LEDs in favor of mechanically flipped discs to render the message. Once the message is created, no power is needed to maintain the message. Read the article at Fast Company photo credit: fast company
Design innovations at the new Mercy Hospital in Joplin, MO, including improved signage and wayfinding. http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/1880448
Interesting article on importance of good directional and wayfinding signage in churches and their importance in creating a welcoming atmosphere. http://artrainer.wordpress.com/2014/03/25/4-reasons-why-churches-need-good-directional-signage/