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19.03.2015

Viewpoint

What next for Legible Cities?

The latest issue of the Society for Experiential Graphic Design's magazine is ... Read more »

23.02.2015

Interest

Mapping the City: Applied’s take on an exhibition at Somerset House

The Mapping the City exhibition was held at the Somerset House from ... Read more »

10.02.2015

News

Applied win silver and bronze IIID Awards

The IIID Award is run by IIID, the International Institute for Information ... Read more »

09.02.2015

News

Tim Fendley speaks at Small Talks

Humans don’t usually play unless they feel safe where they are. But ... Read more »

03.02.2015

Viewpoint

Legible London versus Islington

Walking by Old Street on my way to work every day I ... Read more »

27.01.2015

News

Vancouver’s ‘living map’ looks ahead with Applied

Encouraging and fostering a culture of walking is key to several of ... Read more »

08.01.2015

News

Applied Wayfinding opens in New York City

Our active projects in North America include a Legible City programme for Cleveland, ... Read more »

20.12.2014

Viewpoint

A comprehensive look at Legible London

As 2014 comes to an end we look back at how Legible ... Read more »

24.11.2014

News

Cleveland lights the way with Applied Wayfinding

As part of Cleveland's wayfinding strategy, four prototype signs have been installed ... Read more »

Project

Seamless Cleveland

As part of an unprecedented $2 billion investment dedicated to revitalizing the ... Read more »

Project

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

In 2012, the London Legacy Development Corporation commissioned Applied to create a ... Read more »

Project

Legible London: The Yellow Book

Published by Transport for London and Applied, The Yellow Book tells the ... Read more »