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Inclusive design for Wayfinding Information event

Liam Proudlock standing next to a wayfinding board during an access audit of the Royal Parks

We’re absolutely delighted that Liam Proudlock, NRAC Consultant will be speaking at an in-person symposium on Inclusive design for Wayfinding Information on Thursday 18th April.

Organised by SDS and SEGD London, Liam will be one of 7 expert speakers talking about the latest thinking on inclusive design and wayfinding information. 

Liam outside Farrar's Building reviewing their signage as part of an access audit.

The event will also be celebrating the 2nd edition of the Sign design guide. This authoritative guide (now 20 years old!) provides guidance to both experts and non-specialists on designing inclusive wayfinding information. The new edition now includes advice not just on signs, but also maps, digital technology and other ways we use to get around the built environment as well as ensuring its discussion of inclusion reflects more recent debates on what inclusion actually means. 

This guide is something we use in our everyday work, so it’s wonderful it’s been updated to reflect changes which have happened since it was first published. 

If you would like to attend the event to find out more about the guide and inclusive design for wayfinding information, please follow this link to buy tickets.

To buy a copy of the guide, please follow this link:

Welcome sign in Braille