City ID's Mike Rawlinson helps set the standard for improved information and wayfinding solutions that are integrating people, movement and place around the globe. On October 28 at Xlab in New York City, he'll share how forward thinking on these topics is key to creating truly smarter cities. Be there!
NEW YORK – At Xlab 2016—October 27-28 in New York City—thought leaders from cutting-edge firms will convey a fundamental sense of where increasingly technologically infused experiences are taking users tomorrow—by revealing the state of the art in today’s terms.
Finding one’s way through the streets of New York when coming up out of the subway or walking through an unfamiliar neighborhood can be confusing, even for the most seasoned New Yorker. WalkNYC is a new program of pedestrian maps that makes it easier for New York’s 8.5 million residents and 50 million yearly visitors to navigate the city streets.
Moscow’s vision is to build a world-class, dual-language, multi-modal transportation network to improve the experience of the city for citizens and visitors alike. To help realize this vision, the Moscow Department of Transport (DOT) commissioned City ID to create a unifying visual identity and wayfinding system to seamlessly integrate all forms of movement across the city.
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Mike Rawlinson is a founding director of City ID, a specialist design company based in New York, USA and Bristol, UK.
He has led the development and delivery of innovative, ground-breaking design projects and strategies in the US, Europe and the UK – the quality of which is demonstrated through their legacy. Mike has extensive experience in master planning, streetscape design, wayfinding, information systems, transportation, city identity, public art and legibility projects.
A new wayfinding system for the thousand-year-old city of Bath, England, focuses on the visitor experience, revealing its hidden gems with a contemporary design inspired by its Roman and medieval roots.