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Legible London shortlisted in TfL’s Design Icon competition

Joining the likes of the London Underground roundel, Harry Beck's tube map, ... Read more »


A Q&A with Erik Spiekermann

Erik Spiekermann is the founder of global branding agency, Edenspiekermann, the designer ... Read more »


Applied designing Hudson Yards wayfinding

More than 17 million square feet of mixed-use development, Hudson Yards is ... Read more »


Designing for the contemporary city

Earlier this month, the Interaction Design Association (IxDA) played host to a ... Read more »


Travelling into the Future: Work in Progress

With a nod to Godwin’s Law, how about a law named after ... Read more »


Dongdaemun Design Plaza wins SEGD Merit Award

Applied Wayfinding and YiEUM Partners collaborated to create the wayfinding and signage ... Read more »


Applied’s founding Director, Tim Fendley to speak at upcoming SEGD event

The Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) is hosting a Wayfinding Workshop ... Read more »


Applied’s theory on voting tendencies for South Thanet

Last month we were approached by Blueprint magazine to participate in a ... Read more »


Museum wayfinding: A critique of the 3D Paper Pathfinder

As the Applied team looks at taking on some wayfinding challenges in ... Read more »


Connecting the Dots of Toronto’s transit system

Applied and in particular, Tim Fendley have been hard at work on ... Read more »


What next for Legible Cities?

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


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 »