News & Events

Wayfinding Company Growing Despite National Health Care Uncertainty

Wayfinding Company Growing Despite National Health Care Uncertainty Read More >

AP Article: A lot of design goes into those helpful park and trail maps​

A lot of design goes into those helpful park and trail maps​ Read More >

Improving Design Outcomes through Public Engagement

Public engagement is critical to our design process. Read our latest blog post. Read More >

Forest Park in St. Louis named USA Today's #1 City Park

Along with our client Forest Park Forever, we're thrilled that USA Today voted Forest Park the #1 City Park in the nation! Read more. Read More >

People Get Lost. You Can Fix That. January 2016 FacilityCare Article

An article in the January 2016 online edition of FacilityCare. Read More >

UPDATE: FHWA's U-Turn on Clearview & Implications for Design

The FHWA has issued a clarification on the ruling terminating the interim approval of the Clearview font Read More >

Blog: FHWA's U-Turn on Clearview Font & Implications for Design

Blog: The Federal Highway Administration has terminated its interim approval for use of the Clearview font.  Read More >

Commentary: The Case for Human-Centered Healthcare Design

Commentary on an article originally published in Metropolis Magazine. Read More >

Signs of Green: Thoughts on Sustainable Wayfinding

College Planning & Management article including Corbin Design insights on sustainable wayfinding. Read More >

Technology Alternatives for Efficient Visitor Navigation

An overview of technology solutions for wayfinding and their advantages for visitors. Read More >

Brand Design Expressed in Healthcare Wayfinding

Our November newsletter featuring UW Health and IU Health Read More >

Technology: Just because you CAN doesn't mean you SHOULD

A POV for clients who are contemplating an investment in wayfinding technology Read More >

Fort Worth TX Wayfinding Project Launches

The City of Fort Worth is announcing the installation of its nearly $1 million wayfinding signage system that connects three primary visitor districts: downtown, the Cultural District and the Stockyards. Read More >

American Trails Webinar Series taps Corbin Design Expertise

Corbin Senior Designer Jeff Frank and President Mark VanderKlipp will participate in a webinar series with our friends from Alta Planning & Design and The Acorn Group to discuss design challenges and opportunities for trail system wayfinding. Read More >

Walk This Way: Munson Medical Center enhances wayfinding via research

Healthcare Design Magazine article featuring a review of the research process that informed the design of a reinvigorated wayfinding system. Read More >

Diagnosing the Health of your Wayfinding System

FacilityCare article that looks at wayfinding from the perspective of a patient with multiple health problems. Fixing it takes discipline and a little good advice. Read More >

Buffalo State Introduces New Campus Wayfinding System

Announcement in The Daily Bulletin, Buffalo State's internal news source Read More >

Latest Wayfinding Research: Places

A blog post covering research on challenges and opportunities in specific environments. Read More >

Latest Wayfinding Research: Design

A summary of the latest research studies into design as it relates to wayfinding in environments, from Research • Design Connections Read More >

Latest Wayfinding Research: Human Behavior

A summary of the latest research studies into human behavior as they relate to wayfinding tasks, from Research • Design Connections Read More >

A Seamless Experience for Wayfinding: AS&U Article

American School & University, November 2013 Read More >

Sign Media Canada: Calgary City Centre

Sign Project Helps Calgarians Find Their Way Read More >

Calgary Project wins International Downtown Association award

Calgary City Centre Wayfinding Wins International Award Read More >

Take Five with Mark VanderKlipp

In this series, Healthcare Design magazine asks leading healthcare design professionals, firms, and owners to tell us what’s got their attention and share some ideas on the subject. Read More >