Gaebriel Min

BA (Hons) Graphic Communication - Farnham

Theme

Gaebriel is a Design Generalist and Creative Activist drawn to designed objects that are either unseen or overlooked. This project was inspired by the lack of navigational continuity at UCA Farnham and the collective student struggle to find their way on campus.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the inability to use studio space to create physical signage, this project is an exploration into digital wayfinding.

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Stronger and more recognisable signage is necessary to creating lasting visual memories in the users brain. Sticking to distinct patterns in terms of colour, shapes, and icons helps to aid in intrinsic map making.
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The evolution of the floor signage. From wooden draft, to AR projection.
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Research book for designing the wayfinding for UCA Farnham's John Luard building.
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Level map wall signage for the second floor of the John Luard building.
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Floor signage 3D Render.
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External campus wayfinding signage.
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John Luard building map 1/2
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John Luard building map 2/2