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)
Cycle wayfinding seems to be lagging behind advances in pedestrian city wayfinding. More can be done in this field (Part 1 of 3)
How much (healthy) walking can be attributed to public transport journeys?
This blog has highlighted the power of a city wayfinding map. Here we look at the systems behind it
The designer of Legible London mapping’s 3D buildings talks about their cognitive effects
The walkability of a city is directly linked to the health of its citizens, a new scientific study claims.
Rafael Cuesta explains the importance of building stakeholder engagement and gives tips on raising funding.
The city of Leeds capitalised on intensive city development to expand its wayfinding system in equivalent stages.
Try your luck at this multiple choice quiz, and see just how well you know these (Legible) London landmarks
A report from TfL investigates Legible London in terms of a digital future. (Part 3 of 3)
An insightful behind-the-scenes description written by Legible London’s former TfL ‘gatekeeper’. (Part 2 of 3)
Happy 10th Birthday to arguably the most influential city wayfinding system (Part 1 of 3)