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Top 20 Signs

Fabulous Las Vegas Sign by Betty Willis

Arguably the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" Sign designed by Betty Willis in 1959 is the most recognizable sign in the world. Or is it? It may be the most famous, but is it in the top 20 best signs ever designed? We need the communities input to determine the Top 20 Signs. The comment section is open below, just log in using your SEGD log in details to post and let's hear what you think. Feel free to post your whole top 20 or single suggestions and remember to look back here in a few weeks when we will publish the results.

Meet Your Makers at the 2015 SEGD Conference NEXPO

Creative Edge at 2015 SEGD Conference/NEXPO

The difference between a good project and a great one is having the right partners on your team. NEXPO is the day-long industry supplier and maker exhibition during the 2015 SEGD Conference: Experience Chicago June 4-6. Looking for new fabricators to help bring your ideas into reality? Need to research ADA signage or sustainable processes for your next project? Whether you’re looking for collaboration, information, or inspiration, NEXPO is the right place for you!

There’s still time to register for the full conferenceJune 4-6 in Chicago! Or you can also get a one-day NEXPO pass!

Tanner Woodford's Chicago

Tanner Woodford and Chicago Design Museum

“Design is about process and community, not products.”

Tanner Woodford, co-founder of the Chicago Design Museum and one of Newcity’s Annual Design 50 for 2015, is an irrepressible cheerleader for his city and its design heritage. He says design is about process and community, not products. And he wants to share a few Second City secrets you probably don't know yet. Tanner will open the 2015 SEGD Conference: Experience ChicagoJune 4-6. Join him there!

Cross Pollination with Wendy Fok

Wendy Fok at the 2015 SEGD Conference

Spatial architecture and emergent technology connect in Chicago!

Wendy Fok is a globe-hopping architect, design researcher and tech maverick whose work marries spatial design with exploration of emergent technologies. Winner of the ADC Young Guns Award and one of Perspective’s 40 Under 40, Fok says cross-pollination and creative strategy are where it’s at for her generation of designers. She'll be a featured speaker at the 2015 SEGD Conference: Experience ChicagoJune 4-6, and she's created a video inviting you to join her!

Shaping Place with Wayfinding

TAcoma Pacific Avenue district wayfinding

Showing the Way at SEGD's 2015 Wayfinding Workshop

Wayfinding is not just about getting from here to there. It's about experiencing all the great things in between, and creating a memorable sense of place in the process. Whether it's for a city, a campus, or a healthcare facility, wayfinding can provide an excellent opportunity to tell stories and shape place. Mark Sandersand Billy Chenof Studio SC (Seattle) and Julie Vogel(Kate Keating Associates) will show you how April 23 at the SEGD Wayfinding Workshopin San Francisco. Register now; there are just a few seats left!

Interconnect with City ID

Interconnect Birmingham

User-centered information systems can improve the journey experience.

The way people are able to move around a city directly impacts their everyday experiences of it. And making the city more legible and easier to navigate can create major social, environmental, and economic benefits. That's the central concept behind City ID’s work on a new urban information system for Birmingham, UK, and other cities around the world.

Top 20 Wayfinding Designs since 2000

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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!

What Next for Legible Cities?

Tim Fendley at SEGD Wayfinding Workshop April 23

The Future of Navigation in Smart Cities

Tim Fendley,founder of Applied and chief designer of Legible London,predicts that navigation in city centers will change dramatically in the next 10 years, with place branding, urban planning, and technology as key drivers. He'll join other world-renowned wayfinding experts at the SEGD Wayfinding WorkshopApril 23 in San Francisco. Do you need to be in touch with the future of wayfinding? Find yourself there; register now!

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