You are here: The evolution of wayfinding digital signage
The term “wayfinding” was coined in the 1960s by Kevin Andrew Lynch, an architect, urban planner and author, in his book “The Image of the City.” Lynch, who studied under Frank Lloyd Wright and went on to become a professor at MIT, contributed to the field of city planning through research on how individuals perceive and navigate the urban landscape. Lynch’s book was the result of a five-year study on how users perceive and organize spatial information as they navigate through cities. He defined wayfinding as “a consistent use and organization of definite sensory cues from the external environment.” To read more, visit: Digital Signage Today at: http://www.digitalsignagetoday.com/article/185908/You-are-here-The-evolution-of-wayfinding-digital-signage?utm_source=NetWorld%20Alliance&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=EMNA_DST_10192011_10_19_111
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