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Big change to U.S. highway signage.
Clearview is out, Highway Gothic is (back) in. Critics want to know why.
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The St. Louis wayfinding program.
Representatives from the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) and the St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission (CVC) saw an opportunity when Interstate 64 was reconstructed. Rather than simply replace existing DOT interstate signs, they could create an inclusive utility that connects tourists and residents to attractions and destinations.
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A new article published this month, with Corbin Design as a primary contributor. Article begins on page 82 of this online publication, and the cover features a Corbin project!
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Niamh Merriman: Familiar Environments Enhance Object and Spatial Memory in both Younger and Older Adults #wayfinding
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FacilityCare article written by our own, Mark VanderKlipp.
Finding that no matter how many signs get put up, administration is still not satisfied with the number of complaints about wayfinding on patient surveys? It’s time to find what’s really ailing your facility.
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Forest Park Forever and the City of Forest Park announce new wayfinding system.
Made possible through FPF and the City’s unique partnership as well as generous private donations — including lead gifts from the William T. Kemper Foundation-Commerce Bank, Brown Shoe Company Charitable Trust and Mary Ann Lee  — these projects respond to top visitor requests and advance the Forest Park Master Plan  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 15, 2014 For more information, contact: Stephen Schenkenberg, Forest Park Forever  ssc...
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People Get Lost: You Can Fix That
Information management isn’t likely a part of the facility manager’s job description, but it should be a priority in creating an effective wayfinding system.
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Forest Park wayfinding system featured on this video. We’re proud to be a part of this great public park!
Thanks to thousands of members, donors, partners, volunteers and more, this past year was a special one for Forest Park and Forest Park Forever. In this second episode of "Forest Park on Film," here are 7 highlights from 2014.   
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Elevator technology hasn't really improved much since its first appearance over 160 years ago. Enter ThyssenKrupp's MULTI — an advanced elevator system that's poised to radically transform the way we get around buildings.
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A new system in the Netherlands to help people find open train seats.
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Wayfinding article from 99percentinvisible.org.
As humans have developed cities and built environments, we have also needed to develop ways to find our way through them. Signage goes back at least as far as the Roman Empire where they constructe...
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WHO WE ARE
A wayfinding and environmental graphic design firm established in 1976, pioneering new concepts for wayfinding in the built environment, online, and in a wide variety of other media. As our employee-owned firm celebrates its 35th year in 2011, we continue to refine and expand the definition, and the profession, of environmental graphic design.

WHAT WE DO
Wayfinding consulting and analysis, including all aspects of communication between you and your visitor. Our clients include healthcare providers, educational institutions, cities and towns, corporate, entertainment and resort venues across North America. Our wayfinding and signage systems help millions of people find their way every day.

WAYFINDING IS...
Direction for people in motion. It considers all the tools you use to share wayfinding information with visitors: print and broadcast media, the Web, new technology, and signs in the environment. Properly designed, it ties together verbal and visual cues throughout your organization: architecture, interiors, lighting and landscape design.