All posts tagged: wayfinding

Beautiful Meme provoke debate for D&AD festival


Sifting through the endless design blogs (oh yes, the irony is not lost here), copy can often get overlooked by the clean visual form or general aesthetics. With this years D&AD festival theme, Beautiful Meme have managed to put the content front and center highlight the fact that we, as designers, think in terms of words as much as think in terms of visuals.

Heroes – Morag Myerscough


Looking back through our ‘design heroes‘ series so far it would be a fair to ask, where are all the female designers? Well this weeks profile will help to address this by focussing on the eclectic, colourful and sometimes eccentric work of the wonderful Morag Myerscough. Most well known for projects that integrate graphics and type within architectural environments, her award-winning work on wayfinding systems, exhibitions, installations and even schools has been well documented in […]

Büro North unveil imaginative wayfinding for RCH


The culmination of four years work, design & wayfinding specialists Büro North have unveiled distinctive new wayfinding for The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne (RCH), which can only be described as nothing short of delightful and enchanting. Based on the evidence-based approach to wayfinding and design, Buro North commissioned and collaborated with local illustrator Jane Reiseger on the development of illustrations for the wayfinding signage to create an environment where as patients move through different floors of […]