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It’s time to stop hiding the network
The transport map must be front and centre once again.
Barbican – no longer a nightmare to navigate
Barbican used to be a nightmare to navigate. Not any more thanks to Legible London.
Many products, one basemap
5 diverse products by tailoring City Wayfinding basemaps to emerging needs
Legible London supports TfL mobility strategies
A look at the many benefits and added value that Legible London has provided Transport for London
Understanding Legible London evolution and expansion
Legible London’s core basemap acted as a catalyst for a proliferation of creative information products
Wayfinding stimulates the tourist economy
Destination Cleveland implemented wayfinding to attract visitors and stimulate the tourist economy
Building a business case for City Wayfinding
Building a business case for introducing a City Wayfinding system? This list of many possible returns on investment (ROI) may be useful.
The origins of legible City Wayfinding
Cities made ’legible’ through City Wayfinding – thanks to Kevin Lynch in the 1960s
Maps and the City
Pedestrians rejoice! The City of London is rolling out two hundred Legible London signs
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.
Toronto wayfinding Benefit/Cost Analysis
We look at a useful ROI evaluation method used for Toronto wayfinding
Amsterdam: Wayfinding in the city of walking and cycling
Amsterdam could benefit from a coordinated and consistent approach to wayfinding
Wayfinding animation fun
Using animation to explain the benefits of city wayfinding
The city of Leeds capitalised on intensive city development to expand its wayfinding system in equivalent stages.
Legible London 10th anniversary
Happy 10th Birthday to arguably the most influential city wayfinding system
Best features of city wayfinding
Common features found on successful city wayfinding
City wayfinding as a brand of information
Why highlighting a city’s character can make for a better map