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Transport for NSW Wayfinding (Dotdash)
Multi-Modal Wayfinding in New South Wales

Transport for New South Wales is undertaking an ambitious overhaul of its transportation wayfinding infrastructure across all modes of travel, including train, bus, light rail and ferry. Dotdash (Brisbane) developed an integrated signage system applied across 60 unique sites. Each sign type has a place within sequential zones of user experience from approach to arrival, to waiting and then boarding. See how it’s done in NSW.

Photo of Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Brisbane Australia
Living Tree Creates a New Kind of Patient Experience at Brisbane Hospital
Brisbane Multilingual Wayfinding
Brisbane Multilingual Pedestrian Wayfinding

Thoughts and Opinions

Off Grid 18 in Summary
Off Grid 18 in Summary

“Off Grid 18,”the second-annual international experiential graphic design event created by the Wellington Chapter of SEGD, transpired over four days and four cities in late February. The theme was “Experiential City,” which posed the question, “What is the ‘experiential city’ and where does design fit in?”

Explore the Experiential City at Off Grid 18
Explore the Experiential City at Off Grid 18

Explore SEGD Award Winners

Brisbane Multilingual Pedestrian Signage
Brisbane Multilingual Pedestrian Signage
Fortitude Valley Station, QR Passenger Pty. Ltd., The Buchan Group
Fortitude Valley Station

Brisbane EGD Firms

Brisbane News

Waltzing Matilda Centre
Waltzing Matilda Centre

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Winton, Australia lies 1,356km north-west of Brisbane, surrounded by Matilda country. According to the Australian Traveller it is the dinosaur capital of Australia; paleontologists from around the world flock to the harsh and unforgiving outback to discover dinosaur bones.

Winton is also the birth place of the famous Australian bush ballad, “Waltzing Matilda.” Banjo Paterson wrote the lyrics to the legendary song nearby at Dagworth Station in 1895. It was first performed at Winton’s North Gregory Hotel the same year.

PAM's Stephen Minning Speaks at Access 2017
PAM's Stephen Minning Speaks at Access 2017

Creating spaces for inclusivity and accessibility has fast become a priority for experiential designers; with 2017 bringing a close to a year’s worth of progress, the question everyone is asking is, "Are we there yet?" At Access 2017 in Brisbane, wayfinding professionals from across Australia came together to discuss this topic.