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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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Innovation, Change and Wayfinding

The wayfinding discipline, newly specialised and, as industries go, relatively young. This youthfulness considered, you’d expect an industry full of fresh ideas. Instead, wayfinding is all too often bogged down in the practices of yesteryear. So what has been holding back wayfinding from achieving the creative spark that comes so easily to other disciplines? This discipline got its start through …

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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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UTS Launches Wayfinding Kiosk

Universities are difficult navigate for guests, staff and students alike. Campus’ are broken up into multiple buildings spanning large geographic footprints with changing demographics. For the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) a focus on visitor experience on campus meant they were no strangers to this issue. Giving their students a clear point of truth in their wayfinding journey was a …

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CEO Stephen Minning with fellow Elevate 61 attendees

PAM Look Back – The Elevate 61 Tour

Day 1 – Monday 3rd Networking with our fellow elevate 61 participants on a Venice beach rooftop was a great start to our US trip (even with the jetlag). Networking drinks were a great opportunity to reconnect with the other elevate participants on their achievements since the workshops. Propped up by the Advance commitment to build a strong Australian entrepreneurial …

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