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Wayfinding Projects

Wayfinding solves problems of spatial orientation and navigation from place to place. At its essence, wayfinding answers two key questions: “Where am I now?” and “How do I get to where I want to go?”

Good wayfinding enhances the navigability of buildings and public spaces, and creates a positive experience for the user. Ineffective wayfinding increases costs, as the need for human assistance is greater.

There are four stages of the experiential wayfinding process for individuals.

  • Orientation – knowing one’s current location and its relation to the desired destination.
  • Route Selection – making a decision as to the specific course and direction to follow.
  • Monitoring – confirming, along the route, that the individual is on the right path to reach the destination.
  • Recognition – identifying that one has arrived at the proper destination.

The keys to wayfinding are effective use cases, advance planning, people-focused graphic design, and strategic architectural signage.

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SF Wholesale Produce Market

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Human Services Agency 170 Otis Street

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Boeddeker Park

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San Francisco Arts Commission

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SLAC Building 52

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SF Rec & Parks

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San Mateo Main Street Parking Garage

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Patterson Fire Station

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North Beach Pool

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Marine Science Institute

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Los Altos Library

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Eastridge Mall Parking Structure

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Chinatown YMCA

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Betty Ong Rec Center

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Oakland African American Library

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Bayview Branch Library

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California State Civic Center

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James Irvine Foundation

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Pier 27

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West Valley Library, San Jose

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Sunnyside Conservatory

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Belmont Library

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Visitation Valley Library

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Walt Disney Family Museum

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City of San Pablo

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Golden Gate Park San Francisco

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North Beach Library

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San Francisco Conservatory of Music

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San Francisco Main Library

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