Corporate Articles

Workplace Wayfinding that Wows
Workplace Wayfinding that Wows—5 Years, 10 Companies

Read Time: 3 minutes

Scroll through the slideshow above to see workplace wayfinding that wows spanning 2013 to 2018.

We searched our archives and asked a panel of workplace wayfinding design experts within the community for their picks of the most inspired workplace wayfinding spanning from 2013 to 2018.

This list has been compiled from the SEGD.org site and our experts' top recommendations and is presented in no particular order.
 

Nike NYHQ Dream Teamwork
Nike NYHQ Dream Teamwork
Contours—CRĒO and Acrylicize's Collaborative Journey
Contours—CRĒO and Acrylicize's Collaborative Journey

Thoughts and Opinions

How to Build Your Brand with Better Wayfinding
How to Build Your Brand with Better Wayfinding

By Marty Gregg, Principal, ArtHouse Design, Denver

Dating back to ancient empires and cultures, wayfinding historically helped the adventurous traveler navigate new and unmarked territories. Enhancing the user experience in today’s hot real estate market, wayfinding helps owners and managers of residential, commercial, industrial and land properties build their brand reputation—and save time and money.

Explore SEGD Award Winners

Radio Flyer Headquarters Expansion
Radio Flyer Headquarters Expansion
Nest Experience
Nest Experience
The Washington Post
The Washington Post
Designing Awareness with Placemaking, Goodman
Designing Awareness with Placemaking for Goodman

Corporate EGD Firms

SEGD Corporate Podcasts

The ideal way to learn from your desk. These courses consist of podcast recordings of webinar and workshop materials delivered by the top professionals in EGD in the SEGD community.
$10 for individual Podcasts and $30 for the Podcast collections (best value) for members. Click for content details.

Corporate News

ESI Design Renovates Portland’s Historic Power + Light Building
ESI Design Renovates Portland’s Historic Power + Light Building

Oregon’s Public Service Building, built in 1928, was designed by renowned West Coast architect A.E. Doyle. The building was once the home of Portland’s main power station and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was recently renovated by ESI Design (New York) for the building’s owner, real estate investment firm Beacon Capital.

Arrowstreet's 360-Degree View of Boston Projects
Arrowstreet's 360-Degree View of Boston Projects

At the center of Congress Square, Arrowstreet is revitalizing Quaker Lane into an active and vibrant pedestrian walkway with engaging ground level retail, outdoor seating and dining options.