Digitized Attention Getter
Digital signage in a highly visible spot brings attention to this library's Teen YOUmedia space. Brand identity is established through color, font and logo repetition in the signage.
Branch Unifier & Distinguisher
Common design architecture builds brand identity across library branches, but each site can have its own unique elements that foster new experiences
Here visitors are invited in by high ceilings and a wall of windows that offers an abundance of natural light.
Map at First Sight
Looking in, a high wall of dimensional letters quickly orients visitors to areas beyond the core collection.
End Panels That Talk
Highly visible end panels not only identify the collection but also incorporate display features. Changeable inserts keep things flexible.
Size, color and placement all make this area of the library easy to find.
A map directory quickly orients visitors.
The Art of Guiding Patrons
Secondary signs confirm they’re on the right path while digital signage promotes upcoming programs and services.
Colors distinguish between the collection (silver)
Surprises Along the Way
With wayfinding, you not only have the opportunity to help patrons find what they seek, but you can also help them encounter pleasant surprises along the way that draw them into library and keep them coming back.
Seek and You Shall Find
Colors distinguish between other location information (red).
Keep It Simple
Phrases identifying key locations in the library use a common language that avoids jargon.
Express Your Library
A large format graphic incorporating the word “teen” boldly identifies this space.
This framed space orients visitors to their location and what is there, as well providing event information. Sign and poster frames neatly organize program and event information.