ADA/Wayfinding
Lori ShridhareWhen Paul Bluestone, founder of Chicago-based Bluestone + Associates and Bluestone Design Build, thinks about designing exhibits and signage for museums, it boils down to an essential concept: the story. “It’s our philosophy that…
Vista System International, a world leader in Modular Curved Frame Technology (MCFT), recently supplied its eye catching and easily updateable Wall Frames and Suspended Signs to “Foppe Visual Communications” for installation at the Jon Davis…
By Lori ShridhareWhen the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles (NHM LA) decided to undertake a five-year architectural expansion, they called for a wayfinding system that would maintain the museum’s aesthetics and organization while the…
By Jeff WootenSometimes sign makers also act as storytellers, particularly those who combine graphics and verbiage to inform. That’s the basis behind interpretive signage—to brand an attraction or exhibit and help the viewer better understand…
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