Toronto Wayfinding – TO-360
DCR Design Partner, David Figueroa, led on the content, design and development of the mapping asset to be used in all Toronto Wayfinding information. This included analysis of existing City of Toronto technology and data that could support this development, together with designing a process to create a mapping data asset for the City. The project was a pilot aimed at designing, testing and implementing pedestrian wayfinding standards to eventually be developed into a city-wide program of wayfinding information.
TO-360 Team: Steer Davies Gleave, T-Kartor USA (work performed by DCR Design partners while employed at T-Kartor USA), Swerhun, Dialog
DCR Design partner David Figueroa led on design & development of a flexible digital mapping asset for New York City’s pedestrian wayfinding system (WalkNYC). The WalkNYC mapping system currently includes numerous pedestrian wayfinding totems, Citi Bike station kiosks and neighborhood maps in most NYC subway stations.
WalkNYC Team: PentaCityGroup Joint Venture (work performed by DCR partner while employed at T-Kartor USA)
DCR Design partner David Figueroa led fundamental system development and deployment projects for multiple map and diagram development projects for Transport for London. These projects cumulatively resulted in a system of coordinated travel and wayfinding information used at over 25,000 unique points across all of London. The system of map-supported coordinated signage was unprecedented anywhere in the world. In 2011, an independent study by TripAdvisor found that London had become Europe’s most accessible city, stating the system of signage as one of the direct reasons.
Legible London Team: T-Kartor (Work performed by DCR Design partners while employed at T-Kartor)