Most spaces leave people feeling confused and frustrated. We’re pretty sure you don’t want to do that. That’s why, as an experienced wayfinding design firm, we approach signage and wayfinding design differently, obsessing over the people at the center of the experience. By proactively anticipating their needs, we make the journey through your space feel effortless and intuitive. It’s transformational for your business. You become more approachable. More helpful. And form a more meaningful bond with the people who are most important to your organization. Now that’s something we’re pretty sure you want to do.
Safety. Wellbeing. Security. When people feel more connected to their surroundings, these three things dramatically improve. It’s no wonder why wayfinding design is so critical in business segments like healthcare. But even corporate wayfinding can make an immense difference to people. By helping you boost people’s confidence within your space – whatever industry you happen to be in – we create more memorable and favorable experiences that keep them coming back. Again and again.
We don’t design wayfinding signage only to benefit your customers. We do it to empower your employees, too. Conference rooms. Coat closets. Restrooms. If these things take effort to find and use, your employees will be frustrated. Much less wasting valuable time. Using both analog and digital wayfinding signage, we can help you improve the day-to-day work experience of your staff, which encourages them to return the favor and create a positive experience for your customers. Now that’s paying it forward.
An experienced wayfinding design firm has the power to create positive connections with your culture. That’s why we dig deeper than most wayfinding design firms. Unearthing what uniquely makes you, “you.” We purposefully imbue your signage with that soul, connecting your customers, visitors and employees to the distinct vibe and values you want your organization to reflect. And how you want to be remembered. You could even play Karma Chameleon in the lobby if that’s your thing.