As people are finding their way around a place, they are forming an impression of it, and much of the character of a place will be determined by the way the design elements complement the architectural or natural surroundings.
Design will convey very different messages. Does the place extend a welcome or invite participation? Are the design elements understated, informative, surprising? Is the effect reassuring, stimulating, intimate?
Examples of our work in Experiential Design:
Destination branding, visitor experience/exhibition, interpretation planning and design.
The work place environment offers organisations the opportunity to motivate employee’s sense of purpose – this helps in attracting and retaining quality staff. Work place design also reinforces the strengths of a diverse workforce and encourages engagement.
We have extensive experience in healthcare and education, working as EGD strategists in construction bid teams or on live projects integrating visual communication with environments.
Signage/Wayfinding Strategy and Design.
We have developed a new direction in dementia signage which is grounded in academic research.