Whenever we visit new places, we often need to quickly navigate and find the right direction. As a result, wayfinding has become an integral part of modern architecture. Navigation can be accompanied by icons for intuitive perception, and if you want to help people navigate more effectively, then intuitive visuals are a great place to start.
There are three navigation kits developed by GraphicSurf that can be used in various places, e.g. in exhibitions, concerts and museums. Each of the sets presented here includes basic navigation in the form of directional arrows, elevators, escalators, and even ramps for people with limited mobility. There are also fire safety icons denoting fire extinguishing hydrants and a medical office. Each set also includes specialized icons that can be used to identify specific areas of a particular event. Enjoy!
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