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Scroll through the slideshow above to see the top 20 wayfinding moments of the 21st century.

It’s the ultimate unsung hero of public spaces: when it works, you never know it’s there. Wayfinding may not always be considered sexy, but it has evolved into a highly integrated, user-focused, and increasingly technology-driven discipline with huge social and economic implications for cities, hospitals, and other public spaces. Here is a list of the top 20 wayfinding moments of the 21st century—members log-in and make your suggestions!

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Westfield by BrandCulture
BrandCulture Weaves Story of Westfield

A master upholsterer, disappearing maps and a continuous thin red line are just a few of the tactics employed by BrandCulture to bring Westfield’s incredible history to life.

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Image of the World of Coca-Cola
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Ebay entry by ESI
ESI Brings eBay's Front Door to Life

The centerpiece of the entry to Main Street is a 15-foot touchscreen wall where employees and visitors can tap icons representing cars, shoes, handbags, and other goods, then see how many items were sold in that category in the past few hours or days.

ESI for Wells Fargo
ESI Design Rings Up at the Cash Register Building

ESI designed five 86-foot floor-to-ceiling LED columns that are six times the resolution of normal HD. The monolithic screens display dynamic pre-produced and generative media inspired by the Mile High City’s natural wonders.