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Why a connected campus is key to attracting new students

The competition for student enrolments has never been stronger. The campuses that adapt to changing needs and embrace digital transformation will win the battle for student enrolments and create a connected campus. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many industries to rethink, innovate and find new ways to compete – and education is no exception. As a recent article in the …

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PAM and The University of Technology Sydney make O-Day way a dream student navigation experience!!

PAM has been working with UTS in Sydney to implement a world-best student navigation experience. For their Orientation Day this year, we provided some wayfinding touchpoints specific to O-Day. We were able to to help students navigate this complex environment in the smoothest way possible. The first day at University can be difficult and creating a connected experience is critical. About …

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Connecting the Environmental User Experience on Campus

The biggest shift facing every single University today is international student mobility. We have new international students arriving in every country and institution each year and each semester. The global population of students moving to another country to study continues to increase. The OECD has projected that international student mobility is likely to reach 8 million students per year by …

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The Future of Wayfinding at the 2018 Wayfinding and Placemaking Conference

There’s plenty of signs that wayfinding design is turning to technology to improve user experiences. While maps have been employed for basic wayfinding for some time, the industry simply hasn’t been swayed – but that’s changing. If the 2018 SEGD Wayfinding and Placemaking Conference is any indication, we’ll see digital, interactive and personal wayfinding experiences become a staple of designed …

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Plans of action

Interview on Innovation at University of Technology Sydney

In the excitement of our recent installation of wayfinding kiosks at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). To discuss this project in greater detail, we went straight to the source – Bryce Cox and Steve Plummer. These two, as part of the PAM UX team, worked behind the scenes on the kiosk development and knew all the ins and outs. …

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