Task Two

System Design

A great wayfinding system needs to be informative and attractive. During our system design phase, we'll work on designing a beautiful sign system that considers and complements the architecture, interior design, environmental factors, brand and wayfinding goals. 

Concept Development 

After discussions during the analysis with the core team and stakeholders, and additional research, we will then begin the design development for the wayfinding signage. Typically, this will include two unique concepts featuring inspiration from the environment, architecture, interior design, and brand. We’ll develop three sign types for each concept to showcase the range of the expanded array and how certain features will tie the program together. We’ll then present the designs to the core team and discuss each design and its inspiration thoroughly, and work with you to refine the design direction and sign concepts. 

Color and Material Selection 

Whether the goal is to complement an existing brand or create a standout sign system (or even both!) our team will work with you to evaluate color options for the system. We consider all lighting conditions the system will be used in and adjust the design appropriately. The longevity of your system is also an important consideration as materials are selected for the environment in which the system will exist. We keep up to date on the latest fabrication methods so that your chosen colors will be presented in the best material and finish to meet your needs. 

Community Input

Often we will present the design concepts to stakeholders beyond the core team to gain community input for the design. Open houses are held where the designs are on display and presented to the public by your Corbin Design team. From there, we can tailor gaining feedback to meet your needs. We have experience leading open discussions, working with smaller focus groups, and hosting public polls to select the final design direction.