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Tour of the Abram Games Archive followed by a pub social
Rescheduled from December 2021, a unique (and free) opportunity to find out more about the life and design legacy of Abram Games through a visit to his archive in West Hampstead, London. The afternoon (2 pm) tour given by Naomi Games, daughter of the acclaimed 20th Century graphic designer, is followed by an informal catch up with SDS members and industry colleagues in a nearby pub.
Date: 10 Feb 2022
Venue: West Hampstead, London
On your bike! Creating a new national cycle network in Denmark
Marco Berends and Fenne Roefs (MijksWise) share insights into this innovative piece of work for Denmark's Future Recreational Network, with its focus on public wayfinding (for cycle and walk ways) with user research at its centre.
Date: 20 Jan 2022
Venue: Online (via Zoom)
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Reader’s Corner book of the month: January ’22
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With good wishes for the holiday season. Have a peaceful and healthy 2022!
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SDS seminars 2021/22: past, present and future
An update on Sign Design Society seminars. 25 November ’21 talk A reminder to catch it while you can. Last month’s in conversation with Tristan Gooley recording, ‘The lost art of reading nature’s signs‘ is only available for members via the SDS Read More…
CCD Design & Ergonomics rebrands to Mima
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Join the Access Association – become more involved in access and inclusive design
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Zagreb’s new transit map, co-designed by Robert Čanak and Jug Cerović
A well-crafted transit map enhances the experience of navigating a town or city not only for the local population but also for visitors including tourists. SDS overseas member Robert Čanak is a wayfinding strategist with a background in visual communications. Robert and Read More…
New edition of Sign Design Guide needs your input
Some fields of design have clearly defined accessibility guidelines, such as the web content accessibility guidelines. We have the Sign Design Guide. This was published by the Sign Design Society twenty years ago and is still much in demand and widely cited Read More…
Missed Colette Jeffrey’s RIN talk on wayfinding/waylosing?
If you didn’t join-up for Colette’s talk live on 10 February 2021, you can view it now via the Royal College of Navigation (RIN) YouTube channel. Getting lost in a building has proved fatal for two navigators recently. Most research on ‘waylosing’ Read More…
Department of Transport issues guidance on signage to Covid-19 vaccination centres
With the roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccination programme now taking place the length and breadth of the UK, the Department of Transport has released guidance on temporary signage to guide traffic to vaccination centres. Download the PDF.
Looking back at 2020
By Andrew Barker What a year it has been – do I hear any disagreement with that? When 2020 began I had little idea how the year was actually going to unfold, and how little it would have to do with the Read More…