Going for Gold !

August 9th, 2012

 

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Autumn is fast approaching and spurred on by the London Olympics and the success of all our athletes perhaps as a nation it is time to think about fitness fun and leisure activities.

 

Enhance your leisure facility with signage that truly portrays your facility to best advantage.

 

When wayfinding a project be it indoors or outside we give consideration to the followings:
* Accessibility for all
* Safety and legibility of signs for all users, visually impaired and non- English/Irish speakers are a key consideration.
* Comply with Irish Language Legislation (if appropriate)
* Provide a versatile way of displaying information, location maps, history and heritage

Key elements to consider:

  • Exact information at key wayfinding points
  • ‘Less is more’ reduces the number of signs to a minimum
  • Use pictograms to aid navigation
  • Durability is a  key design element in public environments
  • Hygiene and ease of maintenance essential

 

Thurles Leisure Centre K Leisure Applewood Community Centre Meadowbrook Applewood Community Centre Naas Health and Fitness MG Pacific External Wall panel Meadowbrook  Roscommon Leisure Centre Naas Leisure  National Aquatic Centre Thurles Leisure Centre Waterways Ireland Mount Juliet Mount Juliet Naas Leisure Mount Juliet Meadowbrook Applewood Community Centre Applewood Community Centre

Cabinet Fingerpost Fingerpost External Cabinet External Cabinet

Click here to view Architectural Signage in a Leisure Setting – October 2011

Click here to view Wayfinding Signage and Cabinets in the Great Outdoors March 2011

Click here to view DLR Parks

Click here to view Leisure September 2009

 

wellies Don’t forget your wellies!