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. Hosted by the Association of Consultants in Access Australia, the event was a forum for discussion on progress made and the innovation that supports it. Prominent experts including Alistair McEwan, Disability Discrimination Commissioner for Australia spoke about the changing landscape of wayfinding accessibility. PAM's own Stephen Minning was honored to have the opportunity to discuss his experience in wayfinding design for accessible spaces like airports and universities.
Find out more about PAM personal wayfinding at Access 2017.