The Art of Developing a Wayfinding System
We give you the step-by-step guide to developing and implementing a wayfinding system in your community.
Wayfinding is an investment, not an expense. A good wayfinding system will increase local sales and services, contribute to a pleasant experience, and educate both locals and visitors about your attractions, amenities and services, and where they are located.
Roger gives you the five reasons why wayfinding should be a top priority, plus you'll learn the step-by-step process of getting the system designed, fabricated and installed, with approximate costs. You'll see dozens of examples that include community and downtown gateways, vehicular and pedestrian signage, place identifiers, pole banners and visitor information kiosks.