If you've been in an airport, you know Jane Doggett's work.

In 1959, her world-changing work in environmental graphic design (a term unknown at that time) began when she started on her first airport design project at the Memphis airport. There she developed "Alphabet A," a font widely used even today in airports, as it is highly readable over long distances. Her airport wayfinding systems are in 40 major airports (more than any other designer in the world).

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