Tag: wayfinding


18

Jan 2017

Using temporary wayfinding to improve experience during construction work

Over the past years there has been significant investment in our transport infrastructure, especially in the railways. Whilst this gives passengers the promise of an improved journey tomorrow, the consequence is that for many of us, at least some part of our journey will be disrupted by on-going construction works. This means the value gained from a positive passenger experience is deferred unless attention is...

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Using temporary wayfinding to improve experience during construction work

10

Nov 2016

How wayfinding can support security at major events

We will be talking about how good wayfinding can support security at major events, as well as enhance spectator experience, at the Security Expo 2016 this November.  We are part of the Major Events conference at Olympia London. Based on the experience of our Head of Wayfinding, Chris Girling, from his work at LOCOG on the 2012 Olympic & Paralympic games, we will talk about how...

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How wayfinding can support security at major events

07

Nov 2016

Science & Psychology of Wayfinding

You would hope that no one would give a brief for the creation of a wayfinding scheme that says, “We’d like it to be quite good”, or one that says “We’d like it to look good, but it doesn’t have to do its job.”  Yet, too often, wayfinding schemes are created that, whilst the signage looks attractive, do not take into account the needs of...

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Science & Psychology of Wayfinding

18

Apr 2016

Wayfinding for a Conscious City

Our environment provides us with different levels of information that facilitate and enable our orientation and navigational skills. This information is formed of visual cues (what the environment presents to us) and it is blended with mental cues (what we form in our mind based on what we see and in our memories). David Lynch, in his book The Image of the City (1960) calls...

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interactive wayfinding

13

Apr 2016

Victoria and Albert Museum appoints CCD for holistic wayfinding design

The V&A, known the world-over as the leading museum of art and design, has appointed CCD, the human-factors led design consultancy, to create a new wayfinding strategy following an extensive selection process.  The appointment will see CCD undertake an in-depth programme of research to understand how different visitors and staff see, interact with and understand the building and will use those views to develop and...

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Victoria and Albert Museum appoints CCD for holistic wayfinding design

09

Apr 2016

CCD talking about psychology of wayfinding

David Watts will be doing a seminar on the science and psychology of wayfinding at the Sign & Digital UK event in April. The event, held in Birmingham at the NEC on 19-21st April, is one of the major signage events in the UK. David’s talk will be part of a seminar session on innovation in wayfinding & directional signage.  The talk will be covering...

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CCD talking about psychology of wayfinding

10

Feb 2016

Luxury development Al Mouj appoints CCD Design as wayfinding partner

One of the Middle East’s most prestigious and high-profile developments has appointed CCD to create a wayfinding scheme designed around the concept of how people interact with, and see, all elements of their environment.  Al Mouj has turned to CCD to develop its wayfinding following an international competition which saw the UK-based agency beat competition from as far afield as Australia.  Al Mouj is a...

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02

Dec 2015

Airport Focus covers wayfinding work at London Luton Airport

Our current project to design a new wayfinding system for Luton Airport has been featured in Airport Focus magazine. You can read the piece here Luton recognises the value that good wayfinding brings to providing a positive experience for passengers. As part of its £100m redevelopment and investment programme, London Luton Airport (LLA) has appointed CCD to develop and implement a new wayfinding strategy. LLA...

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Airport Focus covers wayfinding work at London Luton Airport

23

Sep 2015

Celebrating the British Road Sign

Until the 25th October, London’s Design Museum is celebrating the 50th  anniversary of the British Road Sign. 1965 saw the launch of the most ambitious and effective information design projects Britain has ever seen. For the exhibition, some leading artists and designers have transformed the familiar circle, triangle and square signs, to make people stop, look and think about design and our environment in a different way....

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Celebrating the British Road Sign

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