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SEGD Workshop April 23: Wayfinding in the Smart City

SAN FRANCISCO— (March 4, 2015) In the age of Big Data and Smart Cities, how will signage and wayfinding hook into connected systems that help users navigate cities, campuses, and other complex environments?

SEGD’s Wayfinding Workshop—April 23 in San Francisco—is intended for designers, technology integrators, city and university officials, and makers involved in creating signage and wayfinding systems for complex built environments.

The workshop will address the hottest topics facing wayfinding design today, including:

Sam Coultrip

An experienced wayfinding consultant, Sam Coultrip has contributed to some of the world’s most innovative wayfinding projects including WalkNYC, The Met in New York, the cities of Vancouver & Cleveland, and Masdar City, an eco-city in the Middle East.

Now based in Toronto, he collaborates with world-leading wayfinding companies including Applied Wayfinding, Living Map and most recently Pam Wayfinding.

Sam Coultrip, Applied Wayfinding
New York

Tim Fendley

Tim Fendley is Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Living Map, the digital platform that transforms people’s experiences of the world’s most complex places.

His passion is using technology to simplify people’s lives, and he has considerable experience in innovation, communication, wayfinding and digital design.

Photograph of Tim Fendley, Applied Wayfinding
Applied Wayfinding
London, UK

Jonathan Mugmon

Jonathan Mugmon is a co-chair for the Kansas City Chapter.

An experienced senior planner, Jonathan Mugmon has over sixteen years of experience in the development of wayfinding systems, interpretive planning and environmental graphics.

Jonathan Mugmon received a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Graphic Design and a Master of Fine Arts and Graphic Design. Jonathan returned to his alma mater, in Florida, as an Associate Professor to share his wealth of knowledge of design.

Jonathan Mugmon
Applied Wayfinding
London

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