Walk21, the only international conference about walking in cities, helps cities form policy that counts. Rotterdam will be next, 2019
A look at wayfinding from an accessibility perspective, with the City of Toronto
The UN provides a toolkit for Global Public Spaces and prosperity. City wayfinding maps champion this cause
We look at a useful ROI evaluation method used for Toronto wayfinding
What comes first – the neighbourhood or the name? And can we trust Google to decide this for us?
A film by STREETFILMS shows the success of Cycle Superhighways and we talk about the wayfinding
Apple, Microsoft and Facebook might help make OpenStreetMap a better source for wayfinding maps
Building a business case for introducing a City Wayfinding system? This list of many possible returns on investment (ROI) may be useful.
Sweden’s Gothia Cup is the world’s largest youth football tournament. Wayfinding for sporting events can contribute so much.
Journey planning apps for cyclists preach to the converted. To convert the masses to cycling try a broader approach to cycle wayfinding (part 3 of 3)
A closer look at the data required for good cycle wayfinding (part 2 of 3)
Cycle wayfinding seems to be lagging behind advances in pedestrian city wayfinding. More can be done in this field (Part 1 of 3)
Amsterdam could benefit from a coordinated and consistent approach to wayfinding
Cycling and walking can now be properly integrated into transport planning, thanks to this three year EU-funded project.