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Thank you to our 2017 speakers and hosts

In a great example of circularity, the 2017 SDS talks programme kicked off at Pascall+Watson with the fascinating story behind the identity and wayfinding design for Venice Airport, and ended at the same studio with a series of fabulous presentations on London Read More…

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Tate St Ives works with CCD to create new wayfinding system

CCD has created a new wayfinding system for the newly expanded and refurbished Tate St Ives. The integrated system guides visitors into and through the new Tate St Ives gallery, improved visitor facilities, and improved events and exhibitions spaces, merging the new and original Read More…

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Success for SDS Members at the British Sign Awards

Congratulations to Populous Activate for picking up the award for best wayfinding project at the British Sign Awards (held on 9 Nov 2017) for their work on the Groupama stadium (pictured) and John Anthony Signs who came away with a gong in the construction category.   Read More…

SDS Members presenting at Sign and Digital 2017

SDS at Sign and Digital 2017

The Sign Design Society was out in force on 30 March at the Sign & Digital 2017 exhibition at the Birmingham NEC. SDS Chair, Sian Kelly kicked off with a presentation entitled “The Science and Art of Wayfinding”. This was followed by Read More…

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Access Events Online through Facebook Live

For those that can’t physically make it to one of our events, wherever possible (and technology permitting) we will stream all future events through Facebook Live. Please note: this offer is only available to SDS members. Not an SDS member? Join today to take Read More…

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SDS Member ABG Design creates a new signage scheme for the National Army Museum

On 30 March 2017, the new National Army Museum opened in London following a £23.75 million redevelopment of the Chelsea site supported by Heritage Lottery Fund. The museum has undergone a radical transformation providing a welcoming and interactive space of discovery divided into five Read More…