I am doing a major re-haul of the 8x11 tattered paper signage in my public library that indicates where things are in my library. For example, the shelves in the 500's with books on biology, astronomy, and general science are labeled, un-surprisingly, "science"; I'm thinking about changing that one to "Life, the Universe, and Everything." Are there better ideas out there? [more inside]
I am wondering what place based websites other people use. What do you use? Why and how do you use it? What is good or bad about it? [more inside]
THE PROBLEM: Let's say you have a large store spread across several floors of a building, with many many aisles and sections. There are information kiosks located at various rooms in the store, oriented different directions. Each information kiosk has a map of the store on it, with the aisles and sections numbered and labeled, and the map rearranged and the text rotated to the viewpoint of the customer standing at the information desk. What is the most efficient way to create and update that map as sections change? [more inside]
Seeking the state-of-the-art in location-based smartphone (iPhone & Android) apps. [more inside]
"Highway Signs: Terror on the Road." Have you seen this book? [more inside]
Kiosk and wayfinding design specialists! What is unique to your task that does not overlap with web UI and Interaction design?
Design for Kiosks / Interactive wayfinding systems. What are the unique factors to consider? [more inside]