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The origins of legible City Wayfinding
Cities made ‘legible’ through City Wayfinding – thanks to Kevin Lynch in the 1960s
A system for maximising the impact of wayfinding
City Wayfinding maps help create a culture of walking and cycling in the city. The Cost-Benefit Ratio will be greatly improved with a comprehensive system.
GIS sidewalk analysis to manage social distancing
COVID-19 social distancing requires sidewalks wider than 2m. City Wayfinding systems based on GIS can help analysis, planning and informing the public
A new mobility culture after COVID-19
Cities are using COVID-19 emergency measures to reclaim the streets for walking and cycling. City Wayfinding gives them a headstart in creating a new mobility culture.
Wayfinding by GPS alone is making us anti-social
A new study sheds light on the risk of letting people get by with their phone for navigation rather than providing good wayfinding information.
A workshop on Wayfinding concepts at Walk21
We were privileged to host a workshop on wayfinding at the Walk21 conference in Rotterdam
Five things TfL should do with its new cycling database
After completing a huge exercise in data collection, can TfL now find an effective use that will effect change for cyclists in the capital?
Maps and the City
Pedestrians rejoice! The City of London is rolling out two hundred Legible London signs
A killer transport app to rule them all
A new app encompasses journey planning and ticketing for the whole of Berlin’s mobility network
The future of digital wayfinding
Google are testing the future of digital wayfinding. But does it satisfy a need?
Designing New York City’s brand of wayfinding
Few city wayfinding systems embrace the existing city brand as much as WalkNYC. Designer Hamish Smyth explains how this was achieved.
City pedestrian zones and their effect on business
Local businesses often balk at plans to ban cars on their local streets. They must be convinced that their fears are misplaced