Wayfinding and signage

our values

Developing spaces that are easy to navigate, reference a locality’s identity and feel safe is crucial to the design process. It is important to use cues in the spatial arrangement of a place in conjunction with formal signage elements to enhance legibility, appropriate hierarchy of spaces, visual and physical connections and ease of wayfinding for users of a space.

our experience

We integrate wayfinding principles into our design outcomes, and have undertaken a number of projects with strong signage elements. Our experience with signage design includes gateway elements, entrance signage, directional signage, and interpretive signage. Our team members’ experience includes

  • Caddies Creek Reserve – Wayfinding and Directional Signage (Beaumont Hills, 2018)
  • Cathro Park Upgrade – Wayfinding and Interpretative Signage (Toowoomba, 2018)
  • Cooroy and Pomona Interchange Gateway Statements, Bruce Highway (Cooroy, 2015)
  • Duchesne College Entry Signage (St Lucia, 2014)
  • Shailer Park Signage (Logan, 2012)
  • Colleges Crossing Interpretive and Directional Signage (Ipswich, 2011)
  • Dalby Town Entrances Signage Style Guide (Dalby, 2010)