In order to design signage that guides people efficiently
and effectively, understanding what wayfinding is and best practice for making
wayfinding signage is essential. In this course, I teach you all you need to
know for designing signage for guiding people.
This course is for you if you:
Key concepts that are important to consider in navigational and directional wayfinding signage is covered in this course.
If you are unsure if this training course is suitable for you, please feel free to email us at symonds@travelwayfinding or use our contact form.
You will find that this course specifically covers: Signage + wayfinding and provides you with guidance on the best practice for how signage, that guides people, should be designed.
Paul has a PhD in Wayfinding and has provided wayfinding consultancy for a number of locations including international airports, bay trails, university campuses and hospitals. Paul also runs TravelWayfinding.com.
"This is an excellent course — a great way to learn about the principles of designing signage that is good for navigation and wayfinding. Worth the money!"
- James Townsend, National Sales Manager, Signs-Express, UK
This can be considered a basic course but I would urge all designers of signage to consider this course. Signage makers tend to rarely have had any training in wayfinding and this course tends to be very well received because it gives a solid background into understanding some key concepts in wayfinding for signage design.
This course is also good for architects, event organisers and managers, interior designers, and graphic designers. Whether you work in or with indoor or outdoor space, the course is equally as relevant.
"Extremely useful course, Informative and easy to follow. Covers all of main considerations you are likely to need when creating wayfinding signage!"
- Dong-Mi, South Korea