Retail Wayfinding Tips: Lessons Learned from New Sign Studies

Retail Wayfinding Tips: Lessons Learned from New Sign Studies

The term “wayfinding” was first used in an architectural context in Kevin Lynch’s 1960 book The Image of the City, where it was defined as “the consistent organization of sensory cues in the external environment.” Since then, our understanding of wayfinding has come a long way. 24 years later, Romedi

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Making a Difference in Dementia Care Communities with Wayfinding Signage

Making a Difference in Dementia Care Communities with Wayfinding Signage

Today’s post explains the Signworld business alliance’s part in making dementia care communities safer using high-quality, fully customizable wayfinding signage. Supporting Alzheimer Sufferers with Wayfinding Signage One of the earliest symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease is the inability to find one’s way, a problem which is only exacerbated in senior residential

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