Industry professionals tend to consider signage as the key to a successful wayfinding program. While this author certainly does not dispute this point, those involved in the design of these types of projects are also required to give a great deal of attention to the human experience.
The World Trade Centre Montreal (WTCM), an Ivanhoe Cambridge property, has installed and begun operating four 1.2-m (47-in.) interactive wayfinding kiosks, with more units planned for future implementation.
The Digital Screenmedia Association (DSA) has announced the winners of its fourth annual Crown Awards, which recognize advertising agencies and other organizations for excellence in digital out-of-home (DOOH) content. One of the winners was a project by Toronto-based digital signage software developer Omnivex for San Francisco International Airport. A gold award in the ‘point of transit’ category went to Omnivex’s interactive wayfinding installation (pictured) in the airport’s newly renovated Boarding Area E, which opened on January 28.
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