Category Archives: Experiential Design

Symbol Signs: A Universal Communication Tool

International Symbol Signs: A Universal Communication Tool Symbol signs are a system of 50 pictograms designed to communicate information to passengers and pedestrians in airports, transportation hubs, and other large international venues. They were developed by the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) in the 1970s. […]

The Origins of Architectural Graphics

Republished from RSM Design Architectural graphics have very deep roots. But when exactly was it that we started using words, symbols, and patterns to create an environment? The short answer: from the start. Graphics have always been an inherent part of architecture, making the language of patterns, words, signage, and narratives as much of a […]

Creative Spaces | Branding & Culture

Enjoyed getting out this evening to an event put on by Little Architecture in Newport Beach, CA.  They have a great workspace which you can see here in the photos below.  Their main conference room is Garage Themed “Because many great companies start in garages.” Their’s features a cool “peg board” wall and orange barn door […]