Archive for tag: Signage

Finding Direction

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Hiking the trails on a recent trip to Germany opened up an observation of various methods and materials used for wayfinding. While using natural materials such as wood regional traditions are maintained applying symbols for trail marking and type choices that reflect local traditions.
The past time of hiking is very much alive in Germany judging from the 58 regional chapters of the Deutschen Wanderverband (German Hiking Association).

http://www.wanderverband.de/conpresso/_rubric/index.php?rubric=Mitgliedsvereine

Fort Rodd Hill / Fisgard Lighthouse NHS gets a new kiosk

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In time for the summer 2013 holiday season we developed a design for this interpretive kiosk in the entrance zone of the National Historic Site located near Victoria on Vancouver Island.

Site Manager Matthew Payne says:
"Lime Design and Matthias Reinicke provided design services for a new interpretive panel at Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Site. We were very pleased with the work. Not only did Lime Design create aesthetically pleasing artwork for the panel, they were able to incorporate our corporate identity, branding elements and promotional material into a seamless design. Lime design delivered on schedule despite a demanding timeline that was critical to the project, They were attentive to our needs and were accommodating on updates and suggestions made by our staff. Overall we were very pleased with the service".

We are grateful for the opportunity to work on this project.