With one of the most diverse range of visitors at any attraction, great parks have a critical need for appropriate and easily understandable park signage. Often implemented throughout miles of roads, acres of grounds and experienced by thousands of unique visitors every day, a parkʼs comprehensive wayfinding program of colorful signage and graphics are key to defining its many features. Signage, area markers, sponsor displays and venue graphics combine to set a dramatic and festive tone throughout the park environment. Read more
Often years of strategy, planning and design, a parkʼs comprehensive signage and wayfinding program not only helps welcome and guide visitors around an area while improving pedestrian circulation, it reassures the overall visitor experience. This thoughtfully articulated experience is created through an extensive collection of signs, maps, displays, pictographs and branded wayfinding tools used to orient and direct, excite and inform.
Additionally, park signage must be understandable and accessible to everyone. Because visitors have a strong need for orientation, it is important that signage communicate with a wide variety of audiences, visitor types, cultures and interests.
A complex process, key provisions and objectives of every project include strengthening and clarifying the parkʼs key attractions, creating a welcoming atmosphere, developing a quality system of distinctive and well-connected public spaces while defining the parkʼs boundaries. In addition to maps, most systems are comprised of three primary sign types: regulatory, wayfinding and identification, often interpreted through words and pictograms.
Hunt Design knows how to communicate with the multitude of different visitors through effective environmental graphics. The firmʼs work on some of the countryʼs most respected, well-known and beloved parks has proven its designers are some of the most experienced creative problem solvers and solution providers in the industry.
Our services for Parks include
- Existing signage evaluations
- Signage programs
- Signage master plans
- Maps and directories
- Interpretive graphics
- Donor recognition