Designing A Wayfinding Program That Grows With Your Facility: Modularity And Environmental Graphic Design
Facility managers are finding out that a wayfinding program incorporating modular designs allows for flexibility and innovation, while keeping costs under control. Robert Brengman of Corbin Design, a nationally recognized wayfinding firm, will lead a discussion describing how modularity works on a number of levels, including the most efficient techniques for integrating modularity into a wayfinding and identity design process, strategies for working with modular sign companies, and maintenance and management issues. Finally, the presentation will offer a sample design process used in developing a modular program.
Robert Brengman is a senior designer for Corbin Design, an environmental graphic design firm established in 1976 that has developed wayfinding and signage systems for healthcare facilities, cities and towns, colleges and universities, corporations and resorts across the U.S. and Canada. In his role as senior designer, Robert has overseen the development of over 50 wayfinding projects, many for healthcare clients. A member of the Society for Environmental Graphic Design, Robert has 25 years of experience with graphic design and design/build firms. He holds a bachelor of fine arts degree in communication graphic design from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit.
Vice President of Manufacturing
Nordquist Sign Company
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Length: 1 hour 30 minutes