The Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) is hosting a Wayfinding Workshop at the end of April and Applied's founder and director, Tim Fendley is a keynote speaker.
A one-day event held in San Francisco’s downtown, the workshop will see talks from some top names in the wayfinding industry.
Tim will be talking about user-centred mapping through data and living maps. A leader in digital wayfinding, Tim will share his knowledge and experience in creating smart cities.
A full agenda from 8am to 5pm, other leading wayfinding consultancy’s like Studio SC, MERJE Design, City ID and many others will share their expertise, covering all topics from signage, branding, beacons and digital, and place making.
The fun doesn’t stop there as the attendees are invited to take part in a mixer at a local haunt followed by a neon walking tour of San Francisco!
Take a look at the full agenda here.
The workshop is the place to be if you find yourself in San Francisco at the end of April. The event is expected to host 100 guests. It’s not too late to get your tickets! More details about the event can be found on SEGD’s website.
If you can’t make it, be sure to follow Tim and the Applied studio on Twitter to keep up to date, and check back here for a follow-up post!