Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Gibson, David, – The wayfinding handbook: information design for public places. The Wayfinding Handbook has 90 ratings and 11 reviews. Elaine said: The Wayfinding Handbook: Information Design for Public Places by. David Gibson. Author David Gibson, FSEGD, is a founding partner of Two Twelve, New York The Wayfinding Handbook: Information Design for Public Places has rapidly.
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Mar 26, Andy rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The Wayfinding Handbook is an exciting new volume in our acclaimed Design Briefs series. Ironically, for a book on wayfinding that even starts with a comparison to the legibility and meaning of written language, some pages could stand to be reworked for better flow. They are the fundamental questions of wayfinding—a process that encompasses both the experience of choosing a path within a built environment and the set of design elements that aid in such a decision.
Consciously or not, we ask such questions every day as we navigate the hanfbook and spaces of our lives.
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I would have loved to see more of the wayfinding psychology in this book. Two Twelve Design Team: Alexander Turnwall rated it really liked it Dec 25, Today, the field is much broader and continues expanding, addressing new technological developments—kinetic media, GPS systems, web connectivity, and smart materials—as well as cultural dzvid in areas such as branding and environmental awareness.
A decade ago, the professional practice of wayfinding design simply involved devising sign systems. Whether we find ourselves in a museum, hospital, airport, mall, or street in an unfamiliar city, we depend on systems of visual, audible, and tactile cues not only to lead the way, but also to keep us safe.
The Wayfinding Handbook: Information Design for Public Places by David Gibson
This was not what I wanted it to be, it was more of a career-guide type book. Today, the field handvook much broader and continues to expand to address technological developmentskinetic media, Wayvinding systems, web connectivity, smart materialsas well as cultural changes in areas such as branding and environmental awareness. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Published February 4th by Princeton Architectural Press.
Personally I enjoyed reading this book very much, it is wyfinding to read, recognizable, short stories but with an edge to keep it clean and simple. It mentions government and CEO viewpoints, but it never goes into detail about how the user is involved in this all, how crowd movements are mapped, how successful working of the wayfinding system is actually measured, and how the users’ wayfinding abilities have changed.
Using real-life examples, Gibson illustrates the way type, color, mapmaking, dimensional forms, material selection, and new media are used to create effective wayfinding systems The Wayfinding Handbook is a complete guide to the discipline, from planning and design to practical considerations, such as setting up teams and handbooi projects.
The Wayfinding Handbook: Information Design for Public Places
They are the fundamental questions of wayfinding–a process that encompasses both the experience of choosing a path within a built environment and the set of design elements that aid in such a decision. Wayfinding design In the section wayfinding design, Gibson talks about typography, layout, symbols, color, materials and media. What I love about this book that it is written for everybody. What about that area of design that subconsciously steers people, like a patterned floor that angles towards the route most people need?
The Wayfinding Handbook
Maybe for college students. Kind of a primer for environmental design. Sheraz Khan rated it really liked it Oct 24, Every chapter features a page written by people from the industry, making this book great fun to read and you will get different perspectives on the topics.
I have read this book with great pleasure and using it as a reference manual in my daily activities. They are the fundamental questions of wayfindinga process that encompasses both the experience of choosing a path within a built environment and the set of design elements that aid in such a decision.
A cross-disciplinary familiarity with graphic, architectural, landscape, interior, industrial, and information design has become an essential requirement of 21st century wayfinding design. Return to Book Page. Using real-life examples, Gibson illustrates the way type, color, mapmaking, dimensional forms, material selection, and new media are used to create effective wayfinding systems. Steve rated it it was amazing May 09, A comprehensive bibliography and gallery of resources round out what is likely to become the go-to resource for students, professionals, or anyone charged with designing people-friendly, universally accessible environments.
Where can I go from here? Mary C Bowman rated it it was amazing Sep 26, What can I do here? There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.
Where can I go from here? The last section of the book takes you into how wayfinding projects are initiated and what the requirements should be in order to select a wayfinding designer.
Design Process As wayfinding designer there are many different kind of signs needed in a project, from small toilet signs to large boxed letters on the roof of the building. To enhance the wayfinding system all signs need to interact which each other in order to let them work together effectively. Gibson, founding partner of Two Twelve New York draws on nearly 30 years of experience collaborating with architects, planners, developers, facilities managers, and civic leaders to offer an insider’s view of this rapidly evolving discipline.
Kevin rated it really liked it Dec 20, Practical tips The last section of the book takes you into how wayfinding projects are initiated and what the requirements should be in order to select a wayfinding designer. Alexandre Miguel Marques Durao rated it really liked it Aug 11, Christopher Pullman Foreword by.
Mar 31, Princeton Architectural rated it it was amazing.
Talking out loud here, I think theres a great opportunity to incorporate a table of contents in a related way Along with the process gibosn content, the design of the book is quite strong. I enjoyed reading it, not just because of the content but how it was laid out. Refresh and try again. Editorial Reviews Design Notes: May 03, Elaine rated it it was ok Shelves: Daniel rated it liked it Oct 20,