EGD in Transportation, Train Stations, Airports, Transit Hubs, and Mass Transit Systems

Planning transit operations, Urban design symbols, graphic design, commerce and electronic signs

What you will learn:
Transportation is among the most difficult specialty areas in environmental graphic design and also the area where the environmental graphic designer has power and influence. Power and influence are based on your knowledge of planning, transit operations, urban design symbols, graphic design, commerce, and electronic signs. This workshop encapsulates that and defines what an environmental graphic design transportation designer is.

Planning transit operations, urban design symbols, graphic design, commerce and electronic signs

Questions Answered: 
•What are the major keys to brining balance to the final outcome in airport design?
•What are the challenges when working with multiple clients on a big project?                                                      
•What’s key when designing to avoid major disasters?
•What responsibilities does the experiential graphic designer play when designing for transportation projects? 

Podcast Materials:
9 downloadable mp3 files and 9 PDF

Approximately 4:53:14minutes

Craig Berger, SEGD
Henry Beer, Communication Arts                                                   
Chris Calori; Calori & Vanden-Eynden/Design Consultants    
David Gibson, TwoTwelve  Associates
Keith Helmetag, Chermayeff & Geismar
Donald F. Knapik, National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak)
Tom Long, Apple Designs, Inc.
Amy Siegel, Chermayeff & Geismar
Ellen Taylor, DoiT, llc
Larry Weeks, Communication Arts  









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